Baserange is a line of affordable sustainable under and easy wear. The focus is on working with high quality, organic fabrics in innovative ways that benefits both producer and consumer while minimizing environmental impact. Modern basics in easy soft silhouettes made to emphasize natural beauty and be forever wearable.


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Baserange underwear, t-shirts, sweats and leather garments are produced in small towns around Porto in Portugal while woven garments are made in a small town near Izmir from only natural fabrics such as silk, linen and wool, using old knowledge of natural fabrics and processes.

At the heart of their fabrics are natural fibers such as organic cotton, recycled cotton or wool, natural silk or linen and bamboo.

A big part of the brand's products comes in ecru (off white) or completely raw. Meaning that on these products no dying or chemical bleaching processes were applied.

Whenever dying is used the products are certified Eco-tex dyes or GOTS (global organic textile standard) which means they consume a lot less water in the dying process and do not utilize any heavy metal dyes or toxic elements. 

Learn more about the materials they use—and why—here.




Blandine Legait and Marie-Louise Mogensen form the creative duo co-designing all collections—one being in Toulouse, the other in Copenhagen—of the brand whose name stands for 'Basic Aesthetic for Sustainable Easywear'. Marie-Louise Mogensen who started the brand in 2012, was joined later by Blandine Legait, the brand manager of Parisian creative collective & brand Surface to Air, to further develop the business side.