Nos piliers éco-responsables

Our eco-responsible pillars

“Fashion is the second most polluting industry, after petrochemicals. At Bayadji, we are aware of this, we strive to control and minimize its impact on the environment. »

Recycled materials

The material we use is recycled polyester. This avoids the production of virgin and polluting materials. Scraps of textile production, plastic bottles or even marine waste are collected, crushed, melted and then woven to form the fabric. It's a way to help clean up the seas and oceans.

To learn more about recycled polyester, click here !

Short circuits

We have chosen to favor short circuits in order to reduce CO2 emissions as much as possible. Production is carried out in Marseille and the materials are sourced in France and Spain.


Consuming eco-responsibly also means being able to wear your clothes for a long time. This durability, we guarantee it by the quality of the materials and by the confection, thanks to the French know-how.

It also involves our choice to offer Opopop packaging , the first reusable and returnable parcel service.


The materials used for this first collection are all certified:

  • OEKO-TEX Standard 100: they do not contain substances harmful to health and the planet
  • Global Recycled Standard (GRS): this label guarantees the recycled content of a product and compliance with environmental and social criteria

Ethical production

It is essential for us to work with workshops that respect and protect their employees.

This is one of the reasons why I chose a French production. The models are 100% made on our territory, in a workshop committed to a process of social integration.


We have nothing to hide. We are honest about materials, production, prices... We want you to be able to make informed choices in your consumption.

Support a cause

At Bayadji, our environmental and social commitment also involves our membership of the 1% for the planet collective. In concrete terms, Bayadji donates 1% of its turnover to Pure Ocean , an association that mobilizes around innovative projects to protect marine biodiversity.


At Bayadji, nothing is thrown away. Fabric scraps are used to make pretty scrunchies. The total look is guaranteed until the end. And it's Marion (the founder) who takes care of it!

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