our fabrics

We work with ecological and sustainable fibers.

Every time we use ecological fibers, we benefit the ecosystem, our health and society.

In our collections you can find:

Organic and/or recycled cotton

This (non-GMO) cotton grows naturally without pesticides or artificial fertilizers, and is processed without using toxic chemicals, which means it has less negative ecological impact on the planet, on the health of workers and also preserves the land for future uses. It is estimated that conventional cotton uses, in its cultivation, 20% of the pesticides and insecticides used in the world and is bleached with harmful compounds before being dyed with highly polluting products; all of them remain in the fabrics that we later wear. You will notice the difference...

organic linen

Flax is a very important plant in the textile industry. Cultivated and spun since Ancient Egypt. Linen fabric is considered to be quite a luxurious fabric, as well as comfortable and elegant. It is a noble fabric, very versatile, durable, and ideal for hot seasons or areas. It also has properties that facilitate its use: it is antibacterial and fungicidal and resistant to UV radiation. It also has insulating properties: it ensures freshness in summer and comfort in winter. In addition, it is an ecological fabric by its very nature. Another important aspect is that the linen fabric is quite resistant, which is why the pieces made with this fabric have excellent resistance and if they are well cared for, they last a long time. Linen also dries very quickly and is thermo-regulatable, which means it adapts well to the weather.

Hemp

Along with nettle, it is the most ecological fiber that exists. A plant that grows naturally, only with rainwater. Due to its great resistance, it is not a victim of pests, so it does not need the use of pesticides or insecticides, since it is a fiber that does not contain harmful chemicals or contaminate the soil.
It has great durability due to its resistance and great absorbent power. It dries fast, doesn't shrink on contact with hot water, and blocks almost 95% of UV and UVB rays, so it won't fade in the sun.
It is antibacterial, resistant to mold and, like bamboo, regulates temperature, so it is equally useful for winter and summer.
plant versatility.

Bamboo

Bamboo, an ultra-soft fiber with a delicate satin finish, is a spectacularly fast-growing plant that grows only fed by rainwater without requiring additional irrigation, and is highly resistant to pests and fungi, with what does not need the use of any insecticide or pesticide in its cultivation. It has antibacterial and fungicidal characteristics, which, in addition to being respectful of our skin, makes it last longer without bad odours. It is a natural thermo-regulator and also has a construction that facilitates perspiration and a sensation of freshness. Close your eyes and touch it.

 

Taking care of your clothes is taking care of the environment

Washing at low temperatures and gentle spin programs are more gentle on garments, helping to maintain the colour, shape and structure of the fabric. At the same time, it reduces the consumption of energy used in care processes.

environmental benefits

Produced with organic farming methods
Produced with natural fertilizers and pesticides that help conserve freshwater resources
Produced with natural farming techniques that help conserve biodiversity
Produced without using genetically modified seeds.

If you also like to make your own clothes,
you can acquire remnants of our fabricshere