TANE organics believes that the purest, most luxurious natural fibers should be enveloping your newborn and toddler.

By choosing quality natural fibers, and consciously studying these
materials, great design inevitably follows.

TANE, which means seed in Japanese, took inspiration in the iconic kimono shape . The collection embraces clean lines and modern wardrobing. The emphasis on design with thoughtful construction and details provides comfortable fit while maintaining performance through time and play. Simple, easy shapes with attention to detail and texture offer a sophisticated system of dressing that is both versatile and unique.

luxurious natural and organic fibers

“The fabrics that come closest to your baby’s skin should be as chemical free as they are durable” – fit pregnancy

Using 100% certified organic cotton, the fibers are grown without the use of pesticides and synthetic fertilizers.  Organic fabric production contributes to the health of the environment by eliminating dangerous chemicals and metals, allowing only the use of non-allergenic, non-metal, and with minimal impact on the soil and ground water. Using GOTS certified low impact dyes; fabrics and yarns are Azo dioxide free, and are finished in a nontoxic process.  In addition to minimizing toxic exposure, eco-fabrics last longer. They are beautiful, high quality garments meant to endure, and they are healthier for the planet,
which our children will inherit.

connection and awareness

TANE organics has built solid connections with commitment to personal interaction and service. TANE believes our customers are just as important as those who crafted the garments.
The connection with Peruvian artisans supported by fair trade practices echoes TANE organics' commitment to the planet and its people.  TANE celebrates this collaboration by assuring artisans are paid fair trade wages, and takes pride in the mutual creative exchanges. Every purchase supports the vision of a cleaner, kinder earth.  Intentional selection of partnerships assures meaningful and positive production footprints.

“In the garden of life, big things grow from small beginnings.”