With them we provide textures, body or fluidity to the garments,
but also sustainability. We aim that the fabrics
and for the people involved in their production.
This includes criteria for circular economy, as well as quality,
durability and style. Here are some of the materials that
you can find in our collections.
involves a type of cotton that is cultivated without chemical insecticide, herbicide or pesticide products. With this, the aim is to produce cotton fiber with less environmental impact, both for the earth and its atmosphere, without its production affecting biodiversity or the health of the people that work with it, as well as those who wear it.
these are the acronyms of Better Cotton Initiative, a cultivation system that differs from conventional cotton because a greater control and ethical code is applied to its production. In other words, it is about ensuring the health and sustainability of crops, following the rhythms of the earth without exerting over-exploitation. But it also takes into account the conditions of the people who work with cotton, providing them with a safe environment for their health, an applied work ethic, and fair pay.
or Lyocell is a cellulosic fiber that is obtained from the pulp of eucalyptus wood. It is one of the most popular fibers of recent times among designers, since its appearance and drape are reminiscent of fibers like silk, but in this case, of 100% vegetable origin. In addition to its softness and delicate appearance, tencel gives the skin softness and breathability, making it very pleasant to wear.
recycled pre-consumer cotton
is obtained from the remains of the industrial production of yarns, fabrics or other products. These remains are returned to the production chain through textile recycling, thus reducing waste and favoring the circular economy with a Zero Waste objective. It is one of the fibers with the highest growth in recent years in the world of textile production and, for us, one of the best ways to sustainable fashion.
recycled post-consumer cotton
is obtained from used pieces of clothing that, once they have reached the end of their useful life, are recycled to produce new fabrics. These garments are shredded, thus obtaining their fibers, which are then spun again and turned into new fabrics. In the process, other non-recycled cotton fibers, or other fibers such as tencel or wool, can be used to provide greater quality and durability to the new fabric.
is a viscose produced from certified and controlled wood pulp according to a controlled ecological production cycle. In this type of production, close attention is paid to the transparency of the entire process and is classified as sustainable and environmentally friendly material due to its origin. Although ecovero viscose is a highly demanded product, it is not always easy to find in the market.
cupro is a fabric that is produced from the cotton plant, specifically the parts that are routinely discarded in standard cotton production. In other words, cupro is an organic fiber produced from the leaves and stem of the cotton flower. Following mechanical processes with low environmental impact, the production of cupro results in a fabric with a touch similar to silk, but of vegetable origin.