iOnArt streetwear

We started as an independent streetwear label and became a multi -platform for creative artists, who love to enrich life with art, sports and music. Founded in 2010 in Vienna, iOnArt established their own lifestyle brand; specialized in creating street art and clothing. We focus on creating high quality, expertly styled and responsibly manufactured garments for you, and we will continue to lead the way in innovation, design and sustainability.  As knowledge of everybody , Fashion is a incredible process and tool of expressing our own world ,sense of ourselves , as a mirror of society in this dynamic enviroment.

Our philosophy

Our philosophy

Our philosophy is to promote ecological and social rethinking, to maintain and improve quality of life and the environment and to stimulate social cohesion and economic development in an integrated manner. Those who live and work responsibly, socially, ecologically and sustainably promote the well-being of the environment and thus the well-being of all. We see ourselves as a platform for which progress, transparency, cohesion and responsibility have a high priority.




Why organic?

Why organic?

Conventional cotton accounts for 25% of the world’s insecticide market and 10% of sale of global pesticides, making it the most pesticide-intensive crop grown on the planet. In India, it accounts for 55% of the pesticide usage even though it only occupies 5% of farm land.

iOnArt uses only clothing, as certified by the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) and the benefits are:

  • Grown without the use of any synthetic agricultural chemicals such as fertilizers or pesticides.
  • Never uses genetically modified seeds.
  • Conserves soil though crop rotation.
  • Retains water more efficiently thanks to increased organic matter in the soil.
  • Controls weeds through physical removal rather than chemical destruction.
  • Controls insects by maintaining a balance between “pests” and their natural predators through healthy soils.
Organic means?

Organic means?

Organic means that something has been produced according to comprehensive standards that are verified by independent certification bodies. It is the most reliable, transparent and rigorous system available across the globe for ensuring sustainable production.

Organic farming uses traditional and new scientific knowledge to grow crops in a way that develops healthy, fertile soil, conserves biodiversity and protects natural resources – minimising the use of non-renewable and off-farm inputs.

True sustainability isn’t about tinkering around the edges. It means making the whole production system work with our resources, environment and people in a way that allows cotton farming and processing and the people involved in it to prosper, for many years to come.

Social responsibility

Social responsibility

We all have a right to a safe and healthy work environment. We all have a right to be free from discrimination and harassment, to join – or not to join – a labour union, to choose our work freely. We all have a right to fair and reasonable working hours. And our children have a right to go to school.

iOnArt is a social responsibility company and has adopted a robust policy with regard to the following minimum social responsibility criteria:

  • No use of child labour
  • No use of forced labour
  • Safe and healthy working conditions
  • Legal labour contracts
  • Payment of living wage
  • Freedom of association and the right to collective bargaining
  • No discrimination against employees
  • No excessive hours of work
Sustainable manufacturing

Sustainable manufacturing

Sustainable manufacturing is the creation of manufactured products through economically-sound processes that minimize negative environmental impacts while conserving energy and natural resources. Sustainable manufacturing also enhances employee, community, and product safety.

iOnArt  recognises that garment manufacturing is one of the most environmentally damaging and harmful industrial sectors on the planet, and takes decisive and often pioneering steps towards addressing the many negative impacts.

NOW, it`s about you to decide!


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Top 12, 1050 Wien, Austria
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