In accordance with the “Five Freedoms” of the OIE (World Organization for Animal Health) and the guidelines of the Fur Free Retailer Program, we have defined sourcing standards for animal and species protection. Consequently, we do not sell products that contain materials from exotic animals. Furthermore, we abstain from offering products made of protected corals, shells, snails, and turtle shells as well as angora wool and non-certified mohair wool.
In addition, and in accordance with applicable EU regulations, we oblige our jewelry supplies to prove that diamonds and gemstones have a safe origin and that their products are nickel-free, lead-free, and cadmium-free. With the sourcing policy, the beauty suppliers commit to following the EU regulations concerning beauty formulations, ingredients, packaging, labelling, and package inserts as well as to prohibit animal testing.

Packaging& Shipping

We commit ourselves to the reduction of our greenhouse gas emissions, therefore we are using 100% recyclable shipping boxes with a self-adhesive feature. Our packaging is FSC-certified and has carried the RESY seal since December 2019. This means: the paper products we use for our packaging originate from responsibly managed forests and are 100% recyclable. Our shipping boxes no longer contain any plastic. In addition, the shipping boxes can be immediately reused for returns, without requiring additional adhesive tape. This helps to keep the environmental footprint as low as possible.


We participate in the DHL environmental protection program GoGreen. The surcharge on each parcel is reinvested by DHL in climate protection projects to offset the greenhouse gases generated by transport. The GoGreen initiative addresses both direct and indirect greenhouse gas emissions caused by direct operations and by the activities of DHL’s transport subcontractors.


We understand that fashion industry is highly resource intensive. Extracting and using raw materials for textiles has a major impact on our environment. It increases energy consumption and produces CO2-emissions. By implementing specific measures such as eco-design and re-use of materials we could reduce our environmental impact, while also saving costs. Therefore, we aim to support a circular economy that can also deliver benefits to our customers in form of more durable and innovative products. Therefore, fashionette partnered up with four organizations to resell damaged after return items. These resale platforms operate under a circular model where accessories are resold, extending the life cycle of an item. The partnership allowed us to resell 65% of all damaged articles. Over the last two years we have significantly increased the number of B-quality items that were resold. While we were able to resell around 36% in 2020, we were already able to remarket 65% in 2021. This means that we have already almost doubled our reselling-rate within the last two years.