Valentine Sleepwear Sustainable

Valentine Sleepwear is a company that dedicates even more to deliver the best sleeping clothing to their clients. With a history based in honesty, valorization of work and environmental awareness, we make sustainable clothing that do not harm the environment and we offer job opportunities for hundreds of competent employees.

Company Mission

We aim to combat the slave labor culture, introduced by the major fashion and cosmetic brands around the world. According to data from the Internation Labour Organization (ILO), around 152 million children between 5 and 17 years old were found under child labor conditions in 2016. Therefore, we seek to offer decent conditions for the development of activities, as well as paid vacations.

Another factor that is surprising to us is that around 71% of all people subjected to slave labor. While they are the majority in the world, they also end up in the top of the exploration. However, Valentine Sleepwear fight against this reality as best as possible

Company Vision

We offer to woman an opportunity of development as entrepreneurs, having a decent wage and being treated with the conditions they deserve. Through monetary and moral recognition, we know that they can go even further.

Furthermore, seeking to reduce environmental impacts, our brand uses ecological materials and methods that considerably reduce water waste, a fundamental resource for human life. The greater the respect for nature, the greater will be our reward.


Our values are based on valuing work, in respect for the nature and above all of this, attribution of humanity to employees. When the bonds of trust are established, work stops being a burden and becomes an inspiration.


Our sustainable yarn Member of the Sustainable Clothing Coalition, Birla Cellulose is the first viscose producer worldwide to achieve carbon neutrality, while being ranked as number one in sustainable foresty practice in the Canopy Hot Button Report - 2019. It is also the first viscose producer to carry out a evaluation of its indirect emissions. In addition, its investments in technology and renewable energy helped to increase the efficiency of its energy use.