In the world of sports and high fashion, Goldbergh has emerged as a distinctive brand that effortlessly blends luxury, quality and confidence. Founded in 2009 in Amsterdam by renowned sportswear designer Lieke van den Berg and entrepreneurial retailer Sandra Peet, Goldbergh has become a global phenomenon, celebrated for its fiercely feminine style that effortlessly transitions from the slopes to the city.
A Fusion of Fashion and Functionality
Goldbergh's signature style is characterised by a classic silhouette combined with unexpected, head-turning fashion elements. The brand's collections are designed to empower women, providing them the freedom to move with confidence whether they are conquering new heights in the snow or pushing their limits at the gym. Goldbergh has successfully incorporated high fashion into luxury sportswear design, offering women an ideal blend of style and performance.
A Commitment to Quality and Craftsmanship
Goldbergh is globally recognized for its premium quality and craftsmanship, making it the preferred choice not only for elite athletes but also for everyday women who appreciate a touch of luxury in their activewear. The brand's headquarters in Amsterdam serves as the hub for designing and shipping its luxury sports collections to over 70 countries worldwide.
Sustainability at the Core
Goldbergh is not just about fashion; it's a brand with a conscience. The company is passionate about creating clothes with care and is committed to minimising its environmental impact. Sustainability is woven into every step of the production process, from protecting the people working in the supply chains to ensuring the use of sustainable materials and production practices.
Protecting Workers' Rights
Goldbergh believes in the right to safe and fair working conditions. The brand has built lasting relationships with trusted suppliers who share its values. Every supplier adheres to Goldbergh's strict code of conduct, ensuring no discrimination, no child or forced labor, freedom to unionize, a living wage, and adherence to health and safety guidelines.
All factories working with Goldbergh are certified by the Business Social Compliance Initiative (BSCI), subject to regular spot checks to ensure compliance with working condition standards, including wages and the physical work environment.
Respecting Animal Welfare
Animal welfare is a top priority for Goldbergh. The brand uses Responsible Down Standard (RDS) certified down, sourced from animals farmed for the food industry on humane farms. The use of SAGA certified raccoon and fox fur from animal-friendly farms in Finland reflects Goldbergh's commitment to ethical sourcing.
Safeguarding the Planet
Goldbergh actively chooses fabrics from sustainable sources, including recycled and synthetic fibres. The brand is committed to increasing the use of recycled fabrics and introducing a program for recycled fabrics in the near future. Primaloft Eco, made from 70% post-consumer recycled material, is used for filling, showcasing Goldbergh's dedication to environmentally friendly practices.
The Goldbergh Standard: 14 Years of Excellence
In 2009, Sandra Peet and Lieke van den Berg set out to create a sports fashion label that would redefine women's activewear. Fourteen years later, Goldbergh stands as a key player in the women's sports fashion market, offering amix of high performance and high-end fashion. Goldbergh's success lies in its ability to make women feel special and comfortable, whether they're on the slopes or enjoying leisure activities. The brand's commitment to quality, fashion, and sustainability ensures that Goldbergh will continue to shine as a beacon in the world of sports and fashion.