At CIGOGNE BéBé, they care about your baby, and the world he or she will inherit. Production is kept as environmentally friendly as possible. Besides creating products with organic naturally coloured cotton, the fabric dyes used only contain gentle chemicals that are eco-friendly.

The people at CIGOGNE BéBé have spent many years perfecting high quality knitwear clothing for adults and children. The team is actively involved with the production process and conducts extensive research to find the right materials for their clothing range. A huge amount of thought and effort go into the conceptualisation and production of their clothing which incorporate various features that make each item safe, comfortable, and easy for parents to use. Most importantly, all products are designed with your baby’s safety and comfort in mind.

Take a look at the features that make the products so unique.


CIGOGNE Bébé’s signature line is the naturally coloured cotton series. They are made of 100% organic cotton that are not bleached, or chemically dyed. The other clothing lines are also made of 100% pure cotton.  CIGOGNE Bébé has chosen to work with high quality cotton that feels softer to the touch. Something you will notice once you pick up their garment.

Dyeing Process

The dyes used on the fabrics are gentle to the skin and eco-friendly. The dyeing process does not use chemicals that are harmful to the environment. Instead, the dyes used degrade and decompose easily, without harming the surrounding habitat.

No Tags on Innerwear

How often has the little tag on your clothes irritate you? This key design feature is incorporated into the design of CIGOGNE Bébé innerwear. It is important that your baby sleeps comfortably without a little tag sticking into his or her neck!


Resin snap buttons are used on the innerwear, instead of metal or plastic ones. Metal buttons are prone to rusting, and in some cases, contain nickel, which can trigger allergic reactions for babies with sensitive skin. Resin buttons are eco-friendly and made from recyclable material. Do not be fooled by their plastic look, they are actually made from plants!

Flat Stitching

“Flat stitching” sewing technique is employed to sew fabric together. Flat stitching has less “bunching” of fabric at the seam, and reduces chafing against the skin. A simple yet effective way to significantly improve the comfort level.