A playful concept has proven to be exceedingly sustainable.
UBANG’s design creates the possibility for continued resource awareness, playfulness and laughter, which the world always needs.

The new UBANG:

  • Everything is organic and oeco-tex certified – of course… nothing new here!
  • No seasonal collections – the future is classic, long lasting designs and limited productions.
  • Production in dead stock materials when possible – handpicked by Ulla in India with trusted producers.

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The elephant – UBANGs forever classic and loved design.
UBANG always strives to have our classic and forever popular Elephant tee in stock. For 12 years the
elephant has proven to be a true Danish design classic! Therefore, we are proud to stock this style in
museums and design shops worldwide. It is available either as limited production in deadstock material or in new organic cotton. Please ask for specifications, we are always happy to help.

Dead stock production - the most sustainable way to produce clothes.
Dead stock is organic fabrics that have already been produced!
It might be left over from other brands productions. It may be fabric where the color was not as expected or fabric from cancelled orders. The fabrics are piling up by the producers and might end up being thrown away. By going there with a designer’s eye, high quality and valuable materials can be given new life and our desire for beautiful products can be made possible with the lowest possible use of new resources.

 Yes, UBANG is always open for close collaborations with trusted retailers worldwide.Since there are no seasonal collections your orders depend on what is available. No fancy order system or large collection to pick from. Instead close communications with UBANG on what your needs are and what is possible. We call it slow fashion!

Contact ubang@ubang.dk for more info.


       Photo by @_panry_