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Sustainable competitive advantage (working) garment at a time.


RAFLA by TouchPoint

"At home in a good restaurant"

Why did we make Rafla-collection? Because there was not such a collection yet. The restaurant business was missing a relevant and street smart,...

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M/S Viking Grace

"A vision that transformed the whole cruising experience"

Good wasn't good enough, it all had to be excellent. And excellent had to be stylish and ecological. Our task was to create a different cruise...

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"Something borrowed, something blue"

When Finavia and TouchPoint met, it was love at first sight. After a short period of dating, marriage took place and, as often happens in passionate...

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Hesburger, part 1

"Easy to care, Easy to wear"

Hesburger’s new workwear collection has been made with an ecological touch from durable, high-quality materials from start to finish, making their...

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recycled plastic bottles reused with our customers



RePet is made from recycled PET-plastic bottles and is a more ecological choise for the traditional virgin polyester because its manufacturing uses less energy.

We have used it for example in The Body Shopt tunics and Herburger shirts.



The fibre produced form the eucalyptus tree demands only a small amount of water when growing. It is a pleasant feeling choice for cotton. We have used it for example in the RAFLA-collections Sara-dress, Siiri-dress and Jenny-skirt.


Plastic doesn’t go away - Waste 2 Wear


Surplus materials of textile industry

We use various kinds of surplus materials of the textile industry - in the spirit of circular economy.


Organic cotton

Organic cotton is farmed without pesticides and fertilizers in the grounds of strict decrees and certificates. We have used it for example in the Ruohonjuuri t-shirts and RAFLA-collections aprons. 

The Circular Economy of Textiles project

TouchPoint is part of The Circular Economy of Textiles (TEKI) project which is aimed at piloting and modelling a closed-loop ecosystem in line with the principles of the circular economy, which will form the basis of a new way to make industrial use of textile waste that cannot be reused. The project has been launched universally with the name The Reloading Fashion Initiative. You can read more about it at

TEKI -project

The Circular Economy of Textiles

Service model for chain management

Dutch Awearness

Service model for chain management

Dutch Awearness on tesktiiliteollisuuden kiertotalouden pioneeri sekä edelläkävijä. He kehittävät työvaatteita sekä ammattiasuja, jotka on suunniteltu uudelleen käytettäviksi.

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