Sustainable fabrics

Every fabric has a story about sustainability and fair trade to tell.

Meet our sustainable fabrics

Organic Hemp

Hemp is a miraculous plant. It grows 4 meters in 4 months with almost no water, alkalizes acid soils and keeps the ground firm, preventing sand encroachment which destroys local agriculture. What else? It’s dyed with natural flowers.

Organic Cotton

25% of the world’s pesticides are used for cotton crops. Our organic cotton is chemical-free and its long-length fibers give our collections an awesome and natural feeling.

Organic Merino Wool

The merino sheep is one of the most resistant to the cold. Its wool is super light and soft and keeps you warm, boosting your body’s energy efficiency.

Organic Cashmere

Cashmere is an exceptional fabric. Exceptional because it is scarce and very coveted, and also because it is the warmest and lightest you can find.

Banana Organic Fabric

The banana plant is awesome. Not only does it provide us with tasty bananas, it also provides us with valuable fiber that can be used in many ways. With a sustainable process we convert its fiber into yarn to make our pijamas.

Newlife Recycled Polyester from Plastic Bottles

We are very proud to present this fantastic fiber made from plastic bottles which give us another use to the tons of plastics that lie around our lands and seas.

Chrome-free Leather

The leather we use in our backpacks and belts is treated with vegetable tanning rather than chemical tanning with chromium.

Organic Corduroy

Our soft and durable corduroy is made from organic cotton and it’s GOTS certified. This wonderful fabric is a classic and really versatile.

Eco vero

It is the coolest and most ecological viscose fiber available. It is manufactured using wood that comes from sustainable forestry and from controlled sources that are FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) or PEFC (Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification) certified in Europe. Its production causes 50% less emissions and consumes half the energy and water than the production of conventional viscose. In addition, its pulp whitening is 100% chlorine free.

Refibra

The pioneering Refibra technology involves upcycling a substantial proportion of cotton scraps e.g. from garment production, in addition to wood pulp, where the raw material is transformed to produce new virgin Tencel fibers to make fabrics and garments. Based on the award-winning efficient closed loop production process, Refibra technology is a huge step to contribute to the circular economy in the textile industry

Tencel

Tencel fibers are derived from European sustainable wood sources, harvested from certified and controlled sources following the stringent guidelines of the Lenzing Wood and Pulp Policy. Designed for long-lasting natural comfort, these fibers liberate movement with an exquisitely soft, flexible fit. Through the microscopic fibrils of cellulosic, it contributes to fabric breathability that supports the body’s natural thermal regulation.