Sign up now

Become a member by signing up for a Singular account, and choose your preferred billing period. Get exclusive access to life essentials of the highest possible quality, at cost price.

Log in with existing account

New to Singular? Become a member hereAlready a member? Don’t forget to log in to get full access.

  • What if?

  • Why is quality so expensive? And accessible for so few? What would consumption look like if we could start over? Singular Society is a membership-based brand that offers products as a service. We make uncompromised quality and design accessible to our members at cost price.
}

what if?

Become a member

Singular Society is a membership based brand that offers access to the things you need and want in life, at the price of what it cost to make. Responsibly made in the highest possible quality, by some of the world's best manufacturers. Learn more About us and How it works.

reviews from our members

Singular Society has fantastic quality products at very reasonable prices. Would highly recommend everyone to try it out!

Julia, 24. Stockholm. (Member since Apr 21)

Top quality stuff! A membership I’ve always wanted. Cashmere, Coffee and candles - basically all you need!

John, 56. Göteborg. (Member since Dec 20)

I want to give the staff in the store an extra thank you, they are all doing a fantastic job, they are so helpful and make you feel very welcome.

Adam, 41. Malmö. (Member since Nov 20)

I think you are doing such a good job and I just love the concept. Not only me, I brought my dad, 80 year old to your fantastic store and he also loved it and his comment was, finally, this is something I have been looking for.

Maria, 48. Stockholm. (Member since Mar 21)

I’m loving the service and products from Singular Society. In particular the towels and bathrobes are of very high quality for their price. Actually, not just for their price. I much prefer my Singular Society bathrobe to the one I have from a well-known, high-end supplier to hotels.

Gwenaelle, 38. Paris. (Member since Jan 21)

I’m really satisfied with the products I have bought and now you are my first destination when it comes to shop presents as well.

Martin, 32. Stockholm. (Member since Oct 20)

News, Guides & Updates

Get the latest news and updates, information on upcoming events and activities plus guides and articles that helps you navigate categories, products and materials.

READ MORE

The Certification Guide

We know, there are one or two acronyms and abbreviations to keep track of these days. But don’t panic. We’re here to help. Below you’ll find a dictionary of all our certifications. What they mean, and where you most likely will find them. We’re proud to carry these certificates as they confirm important quality standards in our supply chain. When we make a product promise to our members, we need to know that we can live up to it – taking all points of view into consideration. Securing all steps in our production chain is a crucial part of that promise. So, let’s decrypt the letters. GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) GOTS is the worldwide leading textile processing standard for organic fibres, including ecological and social criteria, backed up by independent certification of the entire textile supply chain. Having one common standard means textile processors and manufacturers can export their fabrics and garments with one organic certification that is accepted in all major markets. This transparency also gives consumers the power to choose truly organic products sourced from green supply chains. You will find this certificate on many of our textile products, for example our bed linen made from sateen or percale. global-standard.org Good Cashmere Standard (GCS) ​​The Good Cashmere Standard is an independent standard for sustainable cashmere, developed by the Aid by Trade Foundation, that aims to improve the welfare of cashmere goats as well as the economic, social and ecological conditions experienced by cashmere farmers, their families and communities in Inner Mongolia. The Standard lays out a clear and comprehensive set of criteria that govern all aspects of sustainable cashmere production. You will find this certificate on all our products made from Grade A Cashmere. thegoodcashmerestandard.org   Responsible Down Standard (RDS) The Responsible Down Standard is developed by Textile Exchange, a global nonprofit that creates, develops and manages a suite of standards that provide the industry with a way to verify sustainability claims from the raw material to the final product. The objective of the RDS is to ensure that down and feathers come from animals that have not been subjected to any unnecessary harm. To reward and influence the down and feather industry for practices that respect the humane treatment of ducks and geese. To provide companies with a tool to know what is in their products, and to make accurate claims. To ensure a strong chain of custody for certified materials as they move through the supply chain. You will find this certificate on all our products made with down feathers, such as duvets, pillows and jackets. textileexchange.org REACH (Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and restriction of Chemicals) REACH is a regulation of the European Union, adopted to improve the protection of human health and the environment from the risks that can be posed by chemicals, while enhancing the competitiveness of the EU chemicals industry. In principle, REACH applies to all chemical substances. REACH places the burden of proof on companies. To comply with the regulation, companies must identify and manage the risks linked to the substances they manufacture and market in the EU. They have to demonstrate how the substance can be safely used, and they must communicate the risk management measures to the users. In the long run, the most hazardous substances should be substituted with less dangerous ones. You will find this certificate on all our products made from leather. echa.europa.eu Oeko-tex 100 Standard 100 by Oeko-Tex is one of the world's best-known labels for textiles tested for harmful substances. It stands for customer confidence and high product safety which means that every component, every thread, button and other accessory, has been tested for harmful substances and that the article therefore is harmless for human health. In principle, all textile articles in every stage of processing are suitable for a STANDARD 100 certification, starting from the threads to the finished fabrics and finished articles. You will find this certificate on more or less all our products made from textiles. oeko-tex.com BCI (Better Cotton Initiative) The Better Cotton Initiative (BCI) is a global not-for-profit organisation and the largest cotton sustainability programme in the world. BCI exists to make global cotton production better for the people who produce it, better for the environment it grows in and better for the sector’s future. bettercotton.org You will find this certificate on some of our products made from cotton, for example our waffle knit bedspread and our hammam beach towels. bettercotton.org Organic This concept can vary depending on the product type. Organic cotton is grown without the use of synthetic pesticides and fertilisers, which leads to better soil condition, lower greenhouse gas emissions, stronger biodiversity and better health for cotton growers. Organic cotton also uses 62% less energy and 91% less water on average, compared with conventional cotton. Organic agriculture is a systems approach to production that is working towards environmentally, socially and economically sustainable production. It means, for example, not using artificial chemicals in the growing of plants and animals for food and other products. Organic laundry detergents are made with natural ingredients that still do the hard work of removing tough stains. You will find organic products in many of our sections, like clothing, bathroom and pantry. Recycled This concept can vary depending on the material, but essentially it means that old material is reused. Glass is for example easy to recycle without any loss in quality. Recycled cotton is made from textile remnants in production, or from post-consumer textile waste from collected garments. These are mechanically recycled, ground into fibres, spun into new yarns and made into new fabrics. Technical challenges usually don’t allow for more than 20-30% of recycled cotton from post-consumer waste to be woven into fabrics without quality loss — much depends on the waste source and style. You will find recycled glass in some of our glassware collections, and recycled cotton in for example our loopback jersey collection. Responsible Wool Standard (RWS) The Responsible Wool Standard is also developed by the non profit Textile Exchange, a voluntary standard that addresses the welfare of sheep and the land they graze on. The objective of the RWS is to provide the industry with a tool to recognize the best practices of farmers. To ensure that wool comes from farms that have a progressive approach to managing their land, practice holistic respect for animal welfare of the sheep and respect the Five Freedoms of animal welfare. To ensure a strong chain of custody for certified materials as they move through the supply chain. You will find this certificate on some of our products made from Merino Wool. textileexchange.org

The Singular Socks Guide

The characteristics of a high quality sock There are many so-called “style rules” regarding socks: colour combinations, certain lengths and styles. To be honest: We don’t care about any of them. However, we care that the sock you choose to wear is made of high quality. A pair of high quality socks will cover and keep your feet warm, protect them from abrasion, soak up your perspiration and keep their shape and colour for a long time after dancing around in the washing machine. So, what to look for? The length of the fibres in the processed yarn is important for high quality, that’s why we use organic and egyptian cotton. Socks undergo much greater stress in the heel and toe area than in the rest of the sock, all our socks come with reinforced heel and toe. Only high-quality colors do not bleed and can survive the daily strains. For maximum quality, our products hold Oeko-Tex 100 certification, meaning that they are colored with dyes that are completely skin-friendly. Socks can be really fun to explore. That’s why we offer over ten variations of this often forgotten clothing detail. One sock model to rule them all… or? Yes. And no. For some people the one-model-one-material-all-occasions-sock is just enough. If you prefer that, please keep on rockin that ultimate sock of yours. But, if you want to customize your socks according to occasion, season and shoe type there are many choices to be made. How you wear them, and when depends on the shape, material and colour. Length? Below ankle for sneakers, calf for everyday and knee-high for dressed occasions are just some guidelines. Do you prefer rib or plain? What colour? You can go white for sporty, black for classic or just be grey. Material: merino or cashmere for heat, cotton for everyday life and a blend of wool, silk and/or cashmere for luxury. And that’s just the beginning. Different materials and qualities For our range of socks we work with a number of materials and combinations: Organic cotton is cool and lightweight, it’s softer and more comfortable than regular treated cotton. It’s grown with no harmful fertilizers and pesticides and perfect for everyday use. Egyptian Cotton is considered to be one of the highest cotton qualities you can get. Cashmere is incredibly soft to the touch, highly insulating and breathable, and when combined with silk you get the best of both worlds: coziness and exclusivity. Merino wool is breathable and still with a warming effect. Wool is warming without absorbing moisture, and combined with silk you get a neat sock but still with that firm, comfortable grip around the foot. Tencel comes from wood pulp that undergoes a process where it’s dissolved in a nontoxic organic solvent before being turned into a fabric that has fantastic recovery abilities and colours that keep their sharpness. Trial and error is the only way to find your favourite. Take care of your socks and make them last When washing, always use cold water which is more gentle. So go for a maximum of 30 degrees to extend the lifespan of your socks made from all sorts of cotton. Wools, including cashmere and merino are prone to felting and shrinking when washed, so treat them with care. Use ”Delicate wool & cashmere detergents”, a garment bag and your washing machines wool program on a maximum of 30 degrees. No centrifuge or tumble drying. Lay the socks on a bath towel on a flat surface and let them dry. Another reason to use a garment bag is to avoid pilling. Pills form when short fibers in a material come loose, get tangled, and form tiny balls of yarn at the end of the fiber. The number one cause of pilling is excessive rubbing against other surfaces, and nowhere does this occur more than in the washer and dryer. Our models The Singular Society collection of high quality socks is a range of different styles and materials, creating a selection of socks that will stand the test of time and fulfill most needs and preferences – no matter the place or occasion. Our manufacturing partner A. Fiúza & Irmão, is located in Portugal, a second generation family owned company known for their exceptional level of quality and tradition of knowledge and craftsmanship in making socks. Cashmere SocksMade from an unbelievably soft Grade A cashmere yarn and woven to a perfect fit that will slide comfortably onto most feet. It comes in a classic, slightly oversized shape and unisex fit. These socks will become your best friend during the winter months and look good with almost any outfit if you want to take them out for a walk in town. Merino Wool SocksThe perfect lightweight multipurpose sock, updated to a state-of-the-art quality in superior merino wool. They have a reinforced heel and toe for added comfort and are finished with subtly textured cuffs. Made in a classic calf length. Thinly spun, discreet and suits all occasions, shoes and styles. Wool Silk SocksThe perfect sock for a dressed look made from a mix of wool and silk. The combination of materials gives the sock a neat feel that fits perfectly with leather shoes like brogues or loafers, but still with that firm, comfortable grip around the foot. Reinforced heel and toe for extra comfort and finished with subtly textured cuffs. Made in a modern quarter calf length. Wool Silk Knee High SocksThe perfect knee-sock for a dressed look made from a mix of wool and silk. The combination of materials gives the sock a neat feel that fits perfectly with leather shoes like brogues or loafers, but still with that firm, comfortable grip around the foot. Reinforced heel and toe for extra comfort and finished with subtly textured cuffs. Made in just under the knee-lenght. Wool Cashmere SocksFinely spun from superior wool and cashmere, our classic and wide ribbed socks are something far from your average sock. Their exceptional quality and knitting makes them heavenly soft and versatile and allows them to maintain their shape and durability. Reinforced heel and toe for added comfort and finished with subtly textured cuffs. Made in a classic calf length. Best used in chilly weather. Cashmere Silk SocksA combination of Grade A Cashmere and silk is the best of both worlds, giving you the sock of socks. Comfy, coziness that will keep you warm during colder months, but still with that exclusive silk-feeling for everyday use. Made from an unbelievable soft yarn and woven to a perfect fit with good recovery and a slight melange effect. Reinforced heel and toe for extra comfort and finished with subtly textured cuffs. Made in a modern quarter calf length. Tencel SocksThe Tencel Sock has fantastic recovery abilities and colours that keep their sharpness for a long time. Reinforced heel and toe for extra comfort and finished with subtly textured cuffs. Made in a modern quarter calf length. Lyocell tencel comes from wood pulp that undergoes a process where it’s dissolved in a nontoxic organic solvent before being turned into fabric. Organic Cotton SocksThe winning formula to our classic everyday cotton sock is the use of extra-fine organic cotton, thinly spun with a discreetly ribbed cuff and reinforced heel and toe area for added comfort. Made in a modern quarter length, making it the perfect companion for business and pleasure alike. Organic Cotton Rib SocksClassic 3:1 rib sock made from extra fine organic cotton with a plain knit under foot. This is the everyday cotton sock with that extra touch. Reinforced heel and toe for extra comfort and finished with subtly textured cuffs. Made in a modern quarter calf length, making it the perfect companion for business and pleasure alike. Egyptian Cotton SocksMade from extra-thin Egyptian cotton and with reinforced heel and toe areas, a mid-high length and discreetly ribbed cuffs for extra comfort and durability. It’s the everyday sock elevated to perfection. Lightweight Cotton Socks (Calf, Ankle or Knee-High Length)Made from soft high-quality cotton and woven in a fine mesh structure with reinforced stress zones and a discreetly ribbed cuff for optimal comfort and durability. They’re extremely light, thin and soft, making them the perfect companion for both casual and business attire. Cotton Sneaker Socks This is the invisible sock that you always wanted. The Cotton Sneaker sock is the lowest sock in our range (below ankle) made from extra fine organic cotton, designed to totally disappear in your sneakers, making it appear like you're not wearing any. It has reinforced toe and glue at heel to stay in place. The rib panel around the mid foot gives an extra comfortable fit.   Shop Socks Love, Singular

The T-shirt Guide

Why the t-shirt? How come the t-shirt is the most worn garment in the history of mankind? Well, it started with a slogan: “It’s an undershirt, it’s an outershirt”, stated in 1938 by the American retailer Sears, Roebuck and Company. The slogan made the t-shirt wearable for all occasions. But the journey started way earlier, as an undergarment for the upper class in the 19-th century. The t-shirt went through many changes in terms of shape, material and form before Fruit of the Loom started with mass marketing in the 1910's. By the 1930’s the t-shirt was standard among athletes and sailors and in the Second World War, the US Army was issuing white, short-sleeved, cotton t-shirts to their troops. In the 1950’s the garment found its way to Hollywood via Marlon Brando and James Dean… and the rest is, as we all know, history. One t-shirt to rule them all… or? A t-shirt is never just a t-shirt. How you wear it, and when depends on the shape, material and colour. You can go white for classic, black for dressed up, merino for heat, cotton for everyday life, cashmere for everyday luxury, thick for streetwear, thin linen for beach life and so on. The different aspects you need to consider first and foremost are: the shape of the tee, the length of the sleeve, the making, the neckline type, thickness and breathability of the material. Different materials Different kinds of cotton are the most common material in a t-shirt. Organic cotton is softer and more comfortable than regular treated cotton. Grown with no harmful fertilizers and pesticides. Egyptian Cotton, Pima cotton and (on top of the circus) Sea Island cotton are considered to be the highest quality cotton you can get. These cottons are made from extra-long fibers, which makes the t-shirt extremely soft and durable, resisting pilling, fading, and stretching in an excellent way. Other materials suitable for t-shirts are merino wool – breathable and still with a warming effect, cashmere, which is incredibly soft to the touch, highly insulating and breathable. And of course linen, the perfect summer choice with it’s cooling and airy effect. Make it last When washing, always use cold water which is more gentle. Go for a maximum of 30 degrees to extend the lifespan of your t-shirts made from all sorts of cotton or linen. Wools, including cashmere and merino are prone to felting and shrinking when washed, so treat them with care. Use ”Delicate wool & cashmere detergents”, a garment bag and your washing machines wool program on a maximum of 30 degrees. No centrifuge or tumble drying. Then lay it out on a bath towel on a flat surface and let it dry. Make sure to not stretch it. You can also wash cashmere and wool by hand. SHOP T-SHIRTS Our models The Singular Society collection of high quality t-shirts is a range of different styles and materials, creating a selection of tees that will stand the test of time and fulfill most needs and preferences – no matter the place or occasion. Organic Linen Tee Made from 100 % organic linen, our summer t-shirt has amazing cooling and airy effects. It’s the perfect choice when looking for a soft, casual and comfortable tee for all occasions in a warmer climate. Reinforced stitches at shoulder seam and a nice shape that fits most body types. 160g Egyptian Cotton T-shirt Our everyday lightweight essential tee leaves nothing to chance. It’s made from 100% Egyptian cotton, a classic round neck rib collar, and a tailored yet still casual cut. A true full blood that will fit most body types, styles and occasions. 150g Sea Island T-shirt Sea Island Cotton (Gyssopium Barbadense) originates from South America and the Caribbean. It's the finest cotton known to man thanks to its unparalleled softness, durability and fiber quality. Its limited areas of origin also means that it is quite rare to come across, to say the least, especially in a t-shirt. 220g Roundneck Pocket Tee Our heavy jersey tee made from 100% organic long staple cotton is the perfect stand alone t-shirt when you want to go for a little more character. The top applied neck rib and patch pocket with rounded corners combined with the incredible thickness and softness gives it the perfect combination of a tailored but still relaxed everyday look. Roundneck Ultralight Cashmere T-shirt Made from the finest Grade A Cashmere yarn, this straight cut round neck cashmere t-shirt is the epitome of everyday luxury. It has a generous fit and unbelievable softness. It fits any occasion and has the power to not only keep you warm during unpredictable weather, but it is also highly breathable and light. It’s the perfect companion for spring or autumn. Merino T-shirt Made from 100% Australian Superfine Merino Wool and a retro-style sewn-on cuff, this is not your average t-shirt. Perfect for spring or versatile weather as it’s made to be highly breathable and still with a warming effect, but it can be a preferred choice also for its aesthetic appeal and fit. SHOP T-SHIRTS

Laundry Guide

Keeping up with new science Doing laundry is one of those chores most of us learn as kids, and then we stick to our guns forever and ever. But washing clothes is a field where there’s been tremendous development, and we should keep learning to improve our skills, and our ability to choose working materials. Because we don’t want to miss out on the science that makes our clothes last longer. Do we? Here are some basic tips that will keep your clothes so fresh, so clean Outkast would be proud.   Temperature – 30 is the new 40, and 40 is the new 60. Cold water is more gentle on your clothes, and it conserves energy, which is great for the planet – and your wallet. Consequently you will extend the lifespan of your favourite garments, towels and those sheets made from egyptian cotton by skipping old rules about cold water for darks, hot water for whites and insanely hot water for bedlinen. With help from new liquid detergents (like The Singular Society series) and modern washing machine technology you can keep it cool all the time (almost) and still get the desired effect. But as always, if you want to give that pillowcase the hotter-than-hell-treatment after you’ve been sick, feel free to do so.   Cycle length – The shorter, the better  The less time garments spend being spun around in the wash, the longer they'll last, which basically means: always go for the shortest cycle to get the job done. We solely use the quick wash program, approximately 60 minutes, and are more or less always satisfied with the result.   Detergents – Go for liquid Liquid detergent dissolves better than powder and is the mildest choice for both hand and machine washing. And be specific when choosing detergent type. The Singular Society series consists of five different detergent types, all with different qualities. “Dark Restore” or ”Color restore” enhances the pigmentation of your clothes, while ”Delicate wool & cashmere” will be gentle with your sensitive materials. And for sensitive skin, like your kids’, simply use ”Sensitive”.     Cashmere and wool – Dry flat   Wools, including cashmere and merino are prone to felting and shrinking when washed, so treat them with care. Use ”Delicate wool & cashmere detergents”, a garment bag, your washing machines wool program, 30 degrees max, short washing and no centrifuge or tumble drying. Then lay it out on a bath towel on a flat surface and let it dry, letting the towel absorb all of the water. Make sure to not stretch it. You can also wash cashmere by hand.   Silk – Wash by hand Avoid machine washing if possible, but if you decide to do so anyway, go for ”Delicate wool & cashmere detergents”, make sure to use a garment bag, and no centrifuge or tumble drying. When hand-washing your silk make it a very short operation, as silk doesn't benefit from overexposure to water. Use cool water and keep the water temperature consistent.   Conditioner – The softmaker We do love soft clothes. So we developed a conditioner that’s safe to use and kind to our planet: non toxic, organic and biodegradable. It’s also free from petroleum, phosphate and the controversial chemical phtalate. With that said: to increase the lifespan of your clothes you should avoid using conditioner on certain garments and fabrics such as atleisure, water-resistant items and synthetic fabrics like polyester or anything containing elastane and nylon. The conditioner can also reduce the absorbency of your towels if you over use it.   All our products are petroleum free, phosphate free, phtalate free, biodegradableand manufactured in a climate neutral factory in Sweden.   Cotton Flower, 750 ml liquid form.The sensitive and highly effective formula softens the fabrics as well as reducing wrinkles and static cling. Cotton Flower, 750 ml liquid form.The triple-concentrate formula removes stains as well as preserves, protects and enhances the textiles original colors. Cotton Flower, 750 ml liquid form.The triple-concentrate formula removes stains as well as preserves, protects and enhances the textiles original darkness. Cotton Flower, 750 ml liquid form.Especially suited for delicate, wool and cashmere garments. Add a little bit of sodium carbonate or baking powder for a natural bleaching effect. The triple-concentrate formula whitens, brightens, preserves color and removes stains. Cotton Flower, 750 ml liquid form. The triple-concentrate formula whitens, brightens, preserves color and removes stains. Sensitive Organic, 750 ml liquid form.Gentle to the skin and tough on stains. Our Scent Free Laundry Detergent Sensitive Organic is for everyone that prefers their detergent unscented. it’s extra sensitive and made in a 100% organic formulation. It’s especially well suited for people with sensitive skin, kids and babys. The triple-concentrate formula whitens, brightens, preserves color and removes stains.

PERSONALIZED HANDMADE CERAMICS

CERAMICS LIKE NO OTHER!

SHOP CERAMICS

Collections

  • Hygiene
  • Cookware
  • Glassware
  • Ceramics
  • Leather Goods
  • Bedroom
  • Home Scents
  • Personal Care
  • Towels
  • Pantry