Our collections are the heart of Rich & Royal. Every single product is designed and produced with a high demand on quality, design and sustainability. Special attention is paid to the conscious selection of materials.
For us, aesthetics and ethics go hand in hand.
One of the most important steps on the way to more sustainability is a careful use of our planet's resources. For us, this means a conscious and diverse choice of materials and the continuous search for innovations and alternatives.
By joining the "Fur Free Retailer Program"
we seal our attitude towards the protection of animals and process only high-quality faux fur instead of fur.
Because sustainability starts with awareness:
Learn more about our materials here.
Timeless, sustainable, fair: Our popular basics have been sustainable since July 2021 - from the first to the last step. This means that we use certified organic cotton, eco-friendly viscose and high-quality denim twill from the traditional weaving mill Candiani for our diverse range of T-shirts, sweaters, blazers, trousers and jeans. Growing organic cotton used 62% less energy and up to 91% less water than usual - and 0% toxic chemicals.
Sustainability for us also means guaranteeing fair
manufacturing and reducing our ecological footprint. Rich & Royal Basics are manufactured in Europe at our long-time partner factories in Portugal and Greece. We share the same conviction with them: To develop products with the highest quality standards and to take social as well as ecological responsibility.
We also love our planet. Out of appreciation for the resources and the creation of our products, we would therefore never dispose of unsold items. This has always been the case and will always remain so.
What happens to unsold merchandise? They are given another chance during seasonal sales and in our five outlet locations in Germany. We also donate products to regional institutions, such as the women's shelters in Heilbronn or the Free Christian Church of Bietigheim-Bissingen, which supports needy families in developing and emerging countries.