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NZA New Zealand Auckland



Social Compliance

New Zealand Auckland aims to offer safe, healthy and fair working conditions for all workers across its value chain, which is documented through the NZA Code of Conduct.

In 2023, New Zealand Auckland became a proud member for Amfori Business Social Compliance Initiative (BSCI). Amfori BSCI is an initiative for companies working in global supply chains to improve safe and fair working conductions.

The membership allows New Zealand Auckland  to map, monitor and continuously improve its impact in the areas included in the Code of Conduct, such as working hours and wages.

The NZA Code of Conduct is based on the Code of Amfori BSCI. 

Supply Chain

In order to monitor suppliers it is of key importance to create transparency in the supply chain.

New Zealand Auckland is proud to have full visibility in their tier 1 suppliers and factories, which are factories that produce the final products. New Zealand Auckland has achieved this with the help of the ICSR Voucher from MVO Nederland. 

New Zealand Auckland is continuously mapping further down the supply chain and is working towards full supply chain transparency. 

New Zealand Auckland has created a Factory Onboarding Process to ensure new factories, at any tier in the supply chain, are audited prior to proceeding with any production for New Zealand Auckland. 

Live Ocean Foundation

NZA embodies the spirit of native wilderness and unparalleled landscapes, serving as a beacon of New Zealand’s beauty and diversity.

To help restore and protect nature and wildlife we annually donate a part of our revenues of our perfume sales to the Live Ocean Foundation.

The Live Ocean Foundation partners with exceptional New Zealand scientists, innovators and communicators to scale up action for a healthy ocean. They use the power of sport to take their insights and the ambition for a healthy ocean to the world stage. 

If you want to learn more about the projects of the Live Ocean Foundation or donate yourself, please visit the Live Ocean website

More Sustainable Materials

New Zealand Auckland has set annual goals to increase the use of more sustainable materials by 10%. Please find below an overview of materials that are considered to be more sustainable.

Organic Cotton

Organic Cotton fibers are free of toxic pesticides and chemical fertilizers. Growing organic cotton helps to improve soil quality, prevents water contamination and conserves biodiversity.

Recycled Cotton

Recycled cotton is produced from pre- and post-consumer or post-industrial waste material. The use of recycled cotton generates savings on raw materials, water, chemicals and energy use and therefore is a great way to decrease environmental impact. 

Recycled synthetics

Recycled synthetics, such as polyester and nylon, are produced from post-consumer or post-industrial waste materials such as PET plastic bottles and apparel – material that would otherwise have been sent to landfill. It prevents the further extraction of a non-renewable resource. By giving discarded resources a new life, we save raw materials, water, chemicals, and energy.


Linen is a natural fibers and have lower environmental impact than other fibers. They require less water and don't need pesticides to grow. Garments made with these fibers are breathable and highly absorbent,  but also has great strength and durability.

Tencel Lyocell

Lyocell fiber is derived from sustainable wood sources and harvested from certified and controlled sources using a closed-loop production process. It transforms wood pulp into cellulosic fibers with high resource efficiency and low environmental impact. All products made from Tencel Lyocell have a valid Lenzing certification. 

Recycled wool

Recycled wool is made of existing materials that are re-used to save resources. By giving discarded resources a new life, we save raw materials, water, chemicals, and energy. 

Leather Working Group Medal rated leather

The LWG audit process is used to evaluate leather manufacturers' environmental performance. The medal levels were established based on industry best practices and to recognize and reward exemplary environmental initiatives. With GOLD rate, the manufacturer has been audited and received at least the minimum scoring (85%) for a Gold medal classification – the highest LWG rating.


Clevercare is a care label system developed by the International Association for Textile Care Labelling (GINETEX) to provide consumers with simplified care instructions for textile products. The Clevercare labels typically feature a symbol of a black triangle with an exclamation mark and a QR code. By scanning the QR code with a smartphone or visiting the Clevercare website, consumers can access information on how to care for their garments in a more environmentally friendly way, such as washing at lower temperatures, using eco-friendly detergents, and avoiding tumble drying. The aim of Clevercare is to promote sustainable and responsible garment care practices to reduce environmental impact.