A strongly defined brand with a strongly defined ethos.
Customers can rest assured they're buying from a brand that is Sustainable, Natural and Fair.
REGION: United Kingdom
Dinki Human is a gender-neutral, organic and ethically manufactured kidswear brand, creating comfort-conscious and sustainable styles for children and babies which are designed to last.

Founder and designer Ester, following her pre-baby career in fashion, launched Dinki Human after she became a mama in 2016. Being a strong believer that we all have a responsibility to take care of our planet for the future of our children, Ester defined a high-standing ethos to create her brand: designing and manufacturing with integrity and respect for all people and the planet.

Whole-heartedly committed to staying true to these core values, Dinki Human use only certified organic cotton, non-toxic inks and dyes. Not undervaluing the labour that went in to making the products, collections are continuous and non-seasonal. No animal or man-made fabrics are used. Packaging is recycled and plastic-free, and the Pre-Loved Initiative is designed to ensure the Dinki Human products avoid landfill. The brand’s supply chain is entirely transparent and their ethical standards ensure that everyone involved in making a Dinki Human product has been treated fairly.

Ester designs all the prints in her home studio on the South Coast of the UK, and works closely with a small team of pattern cutters to ensure great fit and comfort. Garments are designed to last, with clever design features like turn up cuffs to lengthen a pair of leggings. Ester doesn't believe in conforming to gender stereotypes; Dinki Human is inclusive and gender-neutral. The Dinki Tribe should feel happy, safe, joyful and powerful!

“What a wonderful and strong collection! (I love that earth leopard print!)”


Dinki Human Ltd Blog Posts

Dinki Human, a gender-neutral, organic and entirely ethical collection
Many brands are working in a more eco-conscious way these days. They are thinking about the way they manufacture and finding out how they can improve their production. Small steps are taken, sometimes big ones, and it is necessary and good. But Ester, the founder of Dinki Human, goes one step further in ensuring her ...