Children's clothing is not often the subject of analysis when it comes to its impact on the environment, however its impact can be large due to the fact that children tend to outgrow clothes much faster than adults. As a result, the brand 'Petits Coquins' uses environmentally friendly production methods to create its clothing.
The children's clothing brand is looking to launch its first Spring/Summer collection that features a variety of different outfits mostly targeted at young girls. The clothes are made from organic cotton that did not use synthetic fertilizers or pesticides in the production process and also uses nontoxic ink for its prints.
This children's clothing collection offers an environmentally friendly option for parents who are concerned about their impact on the environment as well as the potential health concerns associated with toxic ink and excessive pesticide use.