VALUES WE SHARE WITH OUR CUSTOMERS AND PARTNERS IN OUR SUPPLY CHAINS
- we contribute to a better future and a fairer society by opting for sustainable fashion; - we aim to reduce garment waste by designing, producing and purchasing high-quality and timeless fashion, which can be enjoyed for much longer than one season. Beauty, in our opinion, is timeless; - we love and protect animal life; - we reduce waste in the oceans, by using recycled materials; - we protect water and people’s health; - we contribute to reducing greenhouse gas emissions; - we seduce by being inspired by nature; - we are committed to improving the work and living conditions of workers in the textile industry.
Materials we use
Piñatex® is an innovative natural textile made from pineapple leaf ﬁbre. This is a by-product of existing agriculture, and its use creates an additional income stream for farming communities who otherwise rely on a seasonal harvest. Once the fibre has been stripped from the leaf the leftover biomass is retained for use as a natural fertiliser or biofuel. Piñatex® was developed as a sustainable alternative to both mass-produced leather and polluting synthetic materials, offering a better choice for a better future.
Lyocell is a revolutionary eco-friendly and economical fibre, one spun from a renewable resource, pulp from eucalyptus wood. The solvents used in the pulping process are recycled. The dyeing process requires much less dye than with cotton. This unique closed-loop production process makes Lyocell the fibre of the future.
RECYCLED TEXTILES MADE WITH PLASTIC BOTTLES
Ecology and environmental impact are keywords for the companies that supply our yarn. The firms’ creativity and know-how are expressed in this textile, made from recycled polyester and the recycling of ordinary plastic bottles. The resulting fibre is then blended with regenerated cotton fibre sourced from industrial waste.
Hemp is one of the oldest and most ecologically friendly fabrics, and our natural organic hemp fibre both breathes and is biodegradable. Hemp is also a renewable resource which grows quickly without herbicides, fungicides or pesticides.
Our bamboo is an incredibly soft, smooth, comfortable, luxurious and strong material. It is antistatic and has excellent wicking properties, is antibacterial and a good solution for skin problems. It is highly breathable in hot weather, and also keeps the body significantly warmer in the cold than traditional fabrics. As a plant it thrives naturally without using any pesticides or fertilisers, and is biodegradable.
We choose to use certified organic cotton fabric, which is grown without the use of pesticides or synthetic fertilisers, and requires less irrigation as it relies mainly on rainwater. We source only Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) certified organic cotton fabric, widely recognised as the gold standard of sustainable processing for clothing and textiles.
Originating from wood pulp, this is a new environmentally friendly fibre within minimal pollution in the manufacturing process. Being a natural cellulose fibre, the resulting textiles can be fully biodegradable. The textile is comfortable to wear and easy to take care of due to its outstanding properties of good drapery, good dyeing ability, specific brightness, low pilling and cool-touch.
Linen is considered to be one of the most sustainable textiles. The flax plant doesn’t require irrigation during growth, and even when it is grown conventionally it needs little or no treatment with herbicides or pesticides. Linen is a natural product, is 100% biodegradable and recyclable, and feels very good next to the skin. On hot days this helps in regulating the microclimate between the body and clothing.