At Star, we care about promoting a transparent and sustainable environment in our local and global communities. We are committed to a number of significant initiatives as a part of our road map towards a greener future.

“We are committed to giving back to our communities and believe that as an organization we should use our broad scope of resources to support responsible non-profit initiatives.”

— charlie komar


Our Innovation Center in Sri Lanka is the first passive house building in Southeast Asia and leverages a rigorous set of design principles focused on energy efficiency. We are also Sri Lanka’s largest carbon neutral entity and the only apparel manufacturer to have all its facilities certified as carbon neutral.

Star also plays host to six LEED certified facilities of which 2 are certified as LEED Platinum, 2 as LEED Gold, and 2 as LEED silver.


We are continually embracing technology to improve the art of manufacturing. Our way forward is with data at the core, allowing for greater accuracy and elimination of waste.


Sri Lanka's apparel industry is renowned for high quality, on-time delivery and reliability, and most importantly, for ethical and responsible business practices. We strive to uphold full compliance in safety, labor laws, government and environmental stipulations and are approved by US Customs for C-TPAT.


Our Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives are geared to uplift the lives of those in communities we operate in, and to ensure fairness and safety for our most important resource, our employees.

"MiracleFeet is grateful for Star and Komar’s support in funding the first comprehensive clubfoot program in Sri Lanka. Our program ensures that children born with clubfoot, a common but debilitating birth defect, will receive the simple, non-surgical treatment needed to enable them to walk, run, attend school and live a productive life. Our goal is to support the development of a complete national program over the next 4 years so that every child born with clubfoot in Sri Lanka will have access to quality treatment, putting Sri Lanka at the forefront in Asia in terms of tackling this problem.”
— Roger Berman, Founder / Board Member