70 years of denim innovation can only come
Celebrating Türkiye, 100 years Republic
Together, we sustain the craft.
more aesthetics, more ethics.
ORTA, 70 years of making fabric,
Weaving stories into people’s lives.
Celebrating our past, innovating for the future.
Since its inception, Orta has been weaving a denim heritage passed from generation to generation. Founded in 1953, Orta transformed from a spinning & weaving company to a denim manufacturer in 1985.
Today, Orta operates in Turkey with its 1000+ employees, creating a platform for leading manufacturers to step up and reclaim a denim industry where more aesthetics leads to more ethics…
CALLING ALL BLUESKY THINKERS – THE STORY OF THE TOMORROW THAT WE WANT, WILL NOT WRITE ITSELF, LET US WRITE IT TOGETHER!
For ORTA, that means we ask ourselves—
“do we wish we could help the world around us become less polluted?
Do we want to create a kinder, more regenerative future?”
Our answer is yes, and if you are like us, then you too are solarpunk and a bluskyer. Imagine shaping the future with a thoughtful craftsman’s touch.
This future starts here and now — and we are building it from and with nature — bluskyers are in it for the long run: it is not just about stories of tomorrow, it is also about how we can build it.
Let’s write the story of tomorrow we want to live in today
The New Dawn of Denim
Denim Takes Flight
Hitch Hiker Of The Solar System
The Science of Stretch
Since its inception, Orta has been weaving a denim heritage passed from generation to generation. Transparency, commitment and trustworthiness are the key elements of Orta’s philosophy. At ORTA, sustainability is ‘business as usual.’
Our aim is to create a more robust denim ecosystem where ART MEETS TECHNOLOGY MEETS SUSTAINABILITY for new infinite possibilities of denim today and tomorrow.
Aiming to be the leading denim brand pursuing sustainable lifestyles and production, Orta founded its sustainability division ORTA BLU in 2010.
ORTA BLU functions as the sustainability platform aiming to create a future where denim is designed, produced, consumed and disposed of in radically different ways.