Did you know that 7,570 liters of water are needed to produce a pair of jeans, the equivalent of a man's water consumption for 7 years? The impact of the fashion industry is colossal, accounting for 10% of global greenhouse gas emissions, exceeding the sum of emissions from all international flights and shipping combined.

Children grow quickly, but their wardrobe requires constant updating to keep up with them. Here are some alternatives to avoid falling for the H&M aisle: eco-design, upcycling, second hand, rental, unisex clothing passed down between siblings, cousins, and neighbors.

We present to you our selection of committed brands, which will lighten your budget, your mental load and your carbon footprint!

Kidstorie is the choice of high-end second-hand products for children, to evolve in a more responsible world. This month, we're sharing our three favorite pieces:Givenchy pajamas , a Petit Bateau coat and an Agnes B sweater .

Cream Bandits is the joyful and deliciously regressive mother-child matchy wardrobe. Two years ago, two school friends, Juliette & Domitille, launched a clothing brand that resembles them, dedicated to children. 100% cotton pieces at the fairest possible price. At Bandits à la crème, the magic formula for a sustainable wardrobe is based on quality materials and reasonable, reasoned production.

MotherWood, is a sustainable brand of nursing clothing that is committed to the well-being of breastfeeding mothers according to their philosophy “Relaxed mom = Happy baby”. The brand also supports women thanks to their network of experts in very complementary fields to support them in their well-being during breastfeeding.

Poule Party , a truly eco-responsible brand of caps, bucket hats and eyeglass cords, stands out from the greenwashing that often clouds the market. Among its products, note this glasses cord made from 100% Oeko-Tex certified organic cotton.

And our favorite brand for shoes for young and old…

Veja , creates sneakers differently, mixing social projects, economic justice and ecological materials. VEJA uses Brazilian and Peruvian organic cotton for the canvas and laces, Amazonian rubber for the soles and various innovative materials made from recycled plastic and polyester bottles. We love their children’s selection!