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We use nature-made and man-made fabrics, to create products that last longer than a few seasons. Year after year, we strive for better and aim to increase the use of alternative natural fabrics and decrease the use of chemically or biologically produced fabrics.


The cotton fiber is almost pure cellulose, naturally soft and cool. We use OEKO-TEX® certified cotton, produced with less water, and completely free from harmful chemicals. This cotton is better for both, our skin and mama Earth.


Tencel (Lyocell) is made from cellulose in wood pulp, which is harvested from tree-farmed trees. Its fibers are soft to touch and one of the most durable among cellulose fibers. Tencel is a man-made natural fiber. It is a naturally hypoallergenic and biodegradable, thus can fully revert to nature.


Linen is made from the fibers of the flax plant which does not require much energy or water resources to produce and leaving no waste footprint. It is one of the most durable and most biodegradable fabrics. Linen is breathable, twice as strong as cotton, and feels cool to touch.


Bamboo is a naturally pest-resistant plant that is grown without chemicals and pesticides. This makes it one of the eco-friendliest fabrics today. Bamboo fabric is made from the pulp of bamboo grass. With the softness of silk, it keeps you cooler in summer and warmer in winter. It is naturally hypoallergenic and it takes a bit longer than a year to biodegrade.


Spandex is an entirely man-made fabric. The fibers are made up of numerous polymer strands, which makes it extremely durable and elastic. Spandex requires lots of energy to be produced and it is not biodegradable, but it can be recycled to be used for a new production process.