Fred’s World by Green Cotton is durable and fun children’s clothes designed with a Scandinavian approach, with unisex styles for active children. It’s a delightful bundle of gorgeous rich colours, stripes and fun prints on soft and comfortable organic cotton. There’s also some wonderful wool news for the winter season. Still going strong after 30 years in the fashion industry
Fred’s World is the Scandinavian children’s brand to check out! Fred’s World was founded in 1983 and is produced under Green Cotton and owned by Novotex, a pioneer company with using certified organic cotton. Novotex has since the 80’s been a market leader with bringing the environmental awareness into the textile industry.
Fred’s World by Green Cotton is GOTS certified, the highest organic labelling on the market today. Retailers in the UK include Funky Little People Find more retailers and see more organic news at fredsworld.dk
This seasons Fred’s World heart range is just unbelievable cute and especially the fashionable skater skirt
Fred the frog is visible in all Fred’s World clothes -a symbol of that we care for nature.
Fred’s World celebrates Movember and will donate 5dkk to the the Movember Charity for every Moustache style sold.
New this season is the 100% GOTS certified organic wool range. We love soft organic wool and the sweet penguins…
Fred the frog is the green fun and playful mascot of Fred’s World. He is very eager to get the children with him out in the nature to play and explore. Being in the nature is important both to educate kids to feel more for the nature and for organic products, but also because the nature stimulates the creativity, learning, concentration and immersion. Fred is visible on all garments in Fred’s World, signalising an awareness and care for nature.
In the Scandinavian languages “Fred” means peace. So just a happy name through and through.
And when you’ve made the effort to change your child’s wardrobe into a green one, why don’t follow up with New Scientist suggestion to do a green laundry; Wash cool and throw away the tumble drier and get a washing line