Cotton is made from the natural fibres of cotton plants. It is an insoluble organic material, it is renewable, biodegradable in water and soil, making it an excellent choice as an environmentally friendly fibre throughout its entire product life cycle. Cotton is widely used in fashion industry due to its softness, breathability and absorbency.
Cashmere is a type of wool shear from goats. It is known for its refine, airy and delicate fibre, which offers an extra-soft and insulation feel. Cashmere is well-known for extra warmth than any other type of wool materials.
Silk is a natural fiber from insects, a protein called Fibroin, which is biodegradable in water and soil. The most common type of silk comes from silkworms. Silk is well known for its softness and it produces a flattering sheen. Different weaving techniques result in various types of fabric.
Tencel | Lyocell | Eco-Vero
Tencel, Lyocell & Eco-Vero are made using sustainable wood from controlled sources, the manufacturing process requires less water, less energy, non-toxic & less emissions. These fabrics are reusable and able to degrade in water and in soil.
Viscose is a semi-synthetic made from wood pulp as a substitution of silk fabric. It has a nice drape, lustrous finish, smooth and liquid feel. Viscose is extremely airy and with a light weight, it is optimal for summer clothing.
Jute is a renewable plant, 100% bio-degradable, recyclable and it enriches the fertility of the soil. Jute is strong, breathable and Eco-friendly. Commonly used in the daily products including clothes, bags, shoes.
Natural fibers are made from plant-based or insects, it is biodegradable in water and in soil, or decomposable by bacteria. It is an Eco-friendly material to minimize negative environmental impacts while conserving energy and natural resources.
Water usage is a major concern in fashion industry. By recycling the exhausted water and reusing in the washing process during production, water footprint is noticeably lowered.
Chosen specifically for the standard, sustainable practice and technological machinery to make clothes; We optimize resources productivity through process efficiency and the minimization of resources and material use.
Rescue the excess luxury materials that are nearing the end of their life in the linear fashion system, reuse the materials, injecting them back into the circular system through up-cycling.
Uses reproduced materials from the waste of plastic bottles, old fishing nets, carpets and manufacturing waste, and injecting them back into the circular system with new life from landfill & incineration.
Non-hazardous chemicals used in the manufacturing process, minimizing negative environmental impacts on people and the natural environment.
By producing the goods with suppliers & manufacturers near-by to minimize the use of resources & transportation, without causing unnecessary harm to the planet.
Reducing carbon footprint by using natural sunlight and wind to dry the clothes. Minimizing negative environmental impacts while conserving energy and natural resources.