Products: Underwear, Women’s

Brand Details


Based in





Copenhagen, Denmark


Arina Woron & Anya Woron

Small Business, Woman-Led

Brand Story

Woron is a Copenhagen based collaboration between two sisters – Arina and Anya Woron. They have a passion for life in the slow lane and both share an enthusiasm for sustainable underwear and everyday essentials. Their products are represented all over the world in selected stores, that share their desire to make woman’s identity flourish along with a love for our planet. No toxic chemicals. No toxic dyes. No chafing. No metal pokes. No style? No Way! The basic underwear you love without the junk you don’t.

Your Conscious Choice.

When you choose our eco brand partner, you help make the world more sustainable.

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VALID UNTIL: 31 December 2022

Brand Transparency

Who answered our brand transparency questions?

Arina Woron – CEO at WORON.

Fair Trade


How do you ensure "Fair Trade" manufacturing? If your manufacturing or the manufacturing company you work with is certified, please list these certifications.

At the core of everything we do at Woron is a strong respect for the people we work with, and the environment we work within. We are well aware of the reputation of the fashion industry and strive to promote positive change. We mainly work with factories located in Hungary, Germany, Italy & Turkey. All fabrics, trimmings etc. are also produced in Europe, in order to keep the supply chain transparent and close to home. All the factories we work with are GOTS certified; offer good working conditions for their workers.

Social Justice


How do you ensure "Social Justice" with your internal and external corporate environment?

Women Empowerment is one of our main agendas, both when it comes to our underwear but also in relation to how we work and with whom we work. On top of that, most of the factories that we work with have female CEO's as well.

Organic Material


Which "Organic Material" do you work with? What makes this material sustainable? And what makes it better compared to conventional material?

COTTON We only use GOTS certified cotton.

Eco/Tech Material

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Which "Eco/Tech Material" do you work with? What makes this material sustainable? And what makes it better compared to conventional material?

BEECH WOOD One of the most environmentally sustainable options available. The Base Collection is sewn from this luxury fiber called Lenzing Modal, It is a fine, smooth fiber made from beech wood. It is created by turning the wood into pulp, extracting the fiber and then reconstituting the fiber so that it can be spun into fabric. It is sourced from sustainable forestry plantations growing native trees and the fibres are produced in a CO2 neutral way. It is a fabric that is irritation free and naturally prevents the growth of bacteria.

Local Production


Where and why are your products manufactured "locally"?

Pretty much our entire supply chain is kept within Europe. Close to home, so that it is easy for us to follow the process, visit often etc. We produce in Hungary, Germany, Italy & Turkey.

Zero Waste


Which processes in your supply chain are "Zero "Waste"?

1. Slow Fashion 2. Zero waste production, as we reuse all cut-offs by re-making them into new fabric. 3. Vegan, PETA vegan approved. We only use plant based fibers and even the oil in our sewing machines is plant based. 4. All production is kept within Europe, to keep standards high when it comes to working conditions and to keep the entire process as close to home as possible. 5. All our materials (except for the trimmings) are compostable. 6. All packaging, paper bits and pieces are made of recycled paper or paper made of cotton waste from the industry.



How can you ensure that at least 50% of your total product range is "Vegan"?

We are PETA Vegan Approved. Our luxurious selection is made with a soft blend of plant based goodness: natural breathable materials made especially for women’s comfort…now neither your body nor your conscience has to suffer.

Give Back

Charity Social Integration

What organization do you donate to? Why is it important for your brand to "Give Back"?

The least donated items to homeless shelters, to refugee camps etc. is underwear and this is what most people are in desperate need of when being homeless in order to keep a healthy hygiene. So we donate underwear to a few of our local shelters & camps.

Eco Packaging

You have indicated to use "Eco Packaging". What makes your packaging more sustainable than conventional packaging.

Listed: 1 January 2021
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