We use the finest materials available, which will directly influence the health of your skin and ensure the protection of the environment.
Organic Cotton ｜ GOTS Certified
GOTS Certified Organic Cotton
To put it simply, organic cotton is a more sustainable solution.
It is grown without pesticides from seeds that have not been genetically modified.
Organic farming practices avoid using harmful chemicals while aiming for environmental sustainability and the use of fewer resources.
Chemical-free agricultural land even stays fertile much longer than land hampered by the constant use of pesticides, so organic cotton farmers generally have a longer cotton commodity lifespan than otherwise.
The benefits are clear: using fewer pesticides means that workers’ health improves dramatically, communities can live in relative health with access to clean water and food supplies, and the land has a longer lifespan because chemicals are not damaging it.
It also means the clothes we wear are safer for us since they don’t contain the myriad of chemicals often found in conventional cotton garments.
Merino Wool ｜ RWS Certified
RWS Certified Merino Wool
Wool is breathable and a natural insulator
Wool has an ability (similar to Tencel) to react to changes in the body’s temperature, meaning it keeps you cool in summer and warm in winter
Wool is usually biodegradable. It decomposes readily, much like cotton and other plant-based fibres. That means once a woollen garment is worn out, you can bury it in the ground, and it will eventually compost.
To make our garments we use RWS (Responsible Wool Standard) certified Merino Wool.
Linen is one of the most biodegradable and stylish fabrics in fashion history. It’s strong, quick-drying, naturally moth resistant, and made from flax plant fibres, so when untreated (ie not dyed) it is fully biodegradable. Its naturally-occurring colours include ivory, ecru, tan, and grey.
Linen can withstand high temperatures—making the fabric ideal for raiding the jungle or lounging on a tropical island. It also absorbs moisture without holding bacteria. In fact, it is actually stronger when wet than dry and becomes softer and more pliable the more it is washed. It basically ages like a fine wine.
Linen is durable, can be made more sustainably than most other materials, and it makes you feel like you’re walking in the Mediterranean shores when you’re wearing it.
It is one of the least environmentally damaging textiles, since its natural fibres reabsorb into the surrounding environment with a matter of years instead of centuries. They also don't contribute to the ongoing micro-plastic pollution crisis in the hydrosphere, which threatens aquatic and human life.