We only use organic certified or sustainable textiles. Since 2019 we use only 100% single fibre fabrics. This mean no blends anymore. This is a one step closer for us to a circular economy system. Because single fibres are easier to recycle and most of them are also biodegradable, and some of them compostable at home (GOTS certified cotton).
It's grown using methods and materials that have a low impact on the environment. GOTS certified cotton uses significantly less water to grow and zero harmful toxins, pesticides or chemicals. It's kind to our planet and our skin. It's biodegradable as well as compostable.
It's a cellulose fibre derived from a wood pulp (sourced from FSC certified forests) in a unique closed loop that recycles almost 100% of water and a solvent. The final fabric is gentle to the skin, has better moisture management than cotton and it's biodegradable.
It's produced from recycled sources: PET bottles, industrial polyester waste and even old garments. Keeps waste out of landfills and lowers overall carbon footprint. The finish garment can still produce micro-plastics, we recommend wash it inside a guppy friend bag.
It's a Tencel and post-consumer cotton. It's is produced in a closed-loop production cycle; the solvents used to process the wood and cotton fibers are 99.7% captured and can be used over and over again; the only outputs are REFIBRA and water. The process also reduces the use of water by 95% compared to cotton fabric manufacturing and does not pollute the air, soil or water.
It's a natural textile made from the pulp of a bamboo grass. It grows rapidly without the use of pesticide, fertilizers or herbicides. It is 100% biodegradable. We only use 100% bamboo for our bamboo silk collection. Thanks to being it a single fibre material, it can be easily recycled. This is the only material we use that comes from China.
t's one of the most naturally materials in the world. It keeps you warm but it also breathes. It is naturally water repellenta and is long-lasting. It's also 100% biodegradable. Our wool is sourced from a small sheep farm in Lower Saxony in Germany and is certified organic elbwolle™. That means animal welfare is guaranteed.