Bampidano is a Dutch brand with comfortable clothes for boys and girls from 0 - 12 years old. Bampidano is established in 1999 and design is still made in house by Liliane Heijmerink, who succeeds in giving the collections a strong personality by mixing classical basics and creative details.
Next to nice and basic items for new borns, toddlers and kids, you can find items with creative details and trendy designs. The brand works with calm tones that are easy to combine and bright colours for a fresh look. The use of organic cotton is also increasing. With that, Bampidano contributes to a (more) sustainable world. What’s better for the world, is better for your baby and child!
Liliane’s goal is to make every item wearable so that kids can wear these colorful and hip items on every occasion. Moving around and playing in Bampidano is no problem because of the comfy fit. Therefore the slogan: “Wear, Love and Play!”
Why? Because we want a healthy planet for our children and the next generation.
How? Almost all jersey and sweat fabrics are made from organic cotton yarn with the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) certificate. This means that these fabrics contain organic fibres and follow the GOTS standard for social and environmental criteria along the entire organic textiles supply chain. It is certified by Control Union. From cotton farmer to fabric spinning mill worker, the working environment is safe and each is given a fair and liveable salary. The organic cotton is grown without chemical pesticides or artificial fertilizers. So this is not only better for our planet, but also for our new borns!
How to take care of these items? The best way to take care of these items and the environment is to wash on maximum 30 degrees Celcius. Reduce the number of washings and do not tumble & dry too many times. Use mild detergent and try to avoid using fabric softners.
What’s next? This is only the start. In the next years we will be putting more efforts in making (more) sustainable collections and contribute to decrease the global textile wastage.
Will you be joining us on this journey?