In the belief that the simple actions we take today can have a huge and positive impact on the future, Komodo is dedicated to creating clothes that are sustainable and that don't have a negative impact on the environment. This is why Komodo has been committed to creating ecological and ethical fashion since 1988.

Komodo uses high quality organic, natural and ecological fibers, and innovative fabrics such as green PU coating, recycled PET, cupro and eco-sustainable Lenzing viscose. Most of the products are vegan and all are cruelty free. Komodo is GOTS certified and a member of the soil association.

Corporate social responsibility is equally important in Komodo. The brand works closely with factories to ensure a safe working environment and a fair wage. Komodo maintains long-standing relationships with partners in Kathmandu and Java by supporting local communities and important social projects. All suppliers work with their own philosophy, which is to reduce the environmental impact of their operations and processes. The main Nepalese knitwear factory that I work with Komodo has switched to solar power!

Most of the factories they use hold certifications such as SA8000 and GOTS or are independently audited by bodies such as UL.

Komodo produces the garments in factories in Kathmandu, Bali and India. After the earthquake in Nepal in 2015 they had to transfer part of the production to China, and they carefully chose a small company run by women.

Partner Factories Code of Conduct:


  1. No child labor or forced labor
  2. No exploitation of the workforce
  3. Employment policy without discrimination
  4. Workers rights
  5. Additional employee benefits
  6. Salary - KOMODO insists that all our suppliers pay their staff a decent wage.
  7. Health & Safety
  8. Fire regulations
  9. Hygiene standards
  10. Waste disposal - KOMODO makes sure that factories dispose of waste in a clean, safe and environmentally friendly way. All the factories sell their fabric scraps to recycling units.