Sustainable fabrics


From untreated natural seeds, organic cotton is grown without the use of synthetic fertilizers. Crop rotation in organic cotton farming and composting preserve soil health naturally by creating a biodiverse and balanced ecosystem.

As a result, organic cotton plants are more resistant to pests and diseases, eliminating the need for pesticides, which are often suspected to be carcinogenic or neurotoxic. Thanks to this cleaner farming process, agricultural workers benefit from a healthier work environment, and resulting uncontaminated plant waste can be used for other purposes, such as livestock feed or oil production, for example.


High-quality Merino wool. It possesses incomparable properties compared to other textiles; soft to the touch, comfortable, moisture-wicking, odor-resistant, temperature-regulating, and offers natural UV protection.

This ultra-fine wool is a biodegradable, natural, and renewable fiber. Furthermore, we have ensured that it is ethically produced from Australian Merino sheep that have not undergone any mulesing practices.


Is a type of rayon cellulose fiber derived from sustainable
wood sources that are harvested and certified according to Lenzing's strict

toxicity solvents are used (and recycled to be used again) to convert wood pulp
into fiber. TENCEL™

is the only fully closed loop cellulose fiber on the market.

include good yarn tenacity and a smooth hand, TENCEL™

is very gentle on the skin. It is also thermal regulating, naturally resistant
to bacteria and biodegradable.


Hemp textiles are made from industrial cannabis sativa fibers.

Hemp plants grow very quickly, without the use of chemical herbicides or pesticides
and produce high yield commercial crops which optimize both land use and
available resources. Hemp also returns a significant amount of the nutrients it
takes from the soil leaving it rich and ready for new crops.

Exceptional tensile strength, naturally hypo-allergenic and with the ability to help with
thermo-regulation, hemp textiles are multipurpose and multi-functional.


The best advantage of using these fabrics is that waste is diverted from landfills, our carbon footprint is reduced, and natural resources are preserved, allowing us to create durable products without compromising on quality.


It is a testing system that certifies that each component of the fabric has been tested for harmful substances and is therefore safe for human health.