Fabrics and Dyes

We select all our fabrics according to high quality standards and from companies that
demonstrate an ongoing commitment to reducing environmental impact. When searching
for fabrics from outside Europe, we only select suppliers with GOTS certification.
The clothing is dyed in Europe and is completely free of any toxic substances. The mills we
use ensure that wastewater is correctly treated before being returned to the environment.
We only work with certified dyes such as GOTS and Oeko-Tex®.
Learn more about the fabrics we work with:

Linen

Derived from the flax plant, linen is the strongest of all natural fibers and an incredibly useful
plant. It can be cultivated and processed without chemicals, and all parts of the plant can
be used after harvesting to create multiple products so nothing is wasted. Linen is also very
cool and breathable, making it an excellent choice for every season.

Recycled cotton

Cotton is possibly the world’s most prevalent natural fibre for manufacturing clothing and
other textiles. As a result, millions of tons of cotton end up in landfill every year in the form
of scraps, old stock, worn out clothing and so on.
Recycling cotton will decrease waste and reduce the strain that the fast fashion industry
puts on resources, including not just cotton but water, land, pesticides and chemicals as
well.

Organic cotton

Organic cotton is grown without the use of chemical pesticides or fertilizers. The aim is to
achieve a balance with nature and contribute to a more biologically diverse agriculture. We
use organic cotton with GOTS certificate.

Tencel®

Lenzing Tencel® fibre comes from the pulp of eucalyptus trees. The wood pulp is
processed in a “closed loop system” in which 99% of the chemicals are recovered and
recycled with minimum waste and low emissions.

Recycled Wool

The manufacture of this fabric begins with the sourcing of pre-consumer waste yarn and
fabrics from European countries. The waste is converted into fibre using a mechanical
process. It is then spun into yarn and finally becomes a new recycled wool fabric. It is
blended with 30% polyamide to gain resistance as it has a recycled origin.

Hemp

Hemp is highly productive, easy and fast to cultivate. It does not need agrochemicals to
grow and enriches the soil with its deep roots.

Organic wool

This wool comes from sheep that have been raised and fed free from fertilizers or pesticides
and have not been subject of mulling practices. The wool is GOTS certified.