- Materials used by our trusted brands -
Developed from 100% recycled fibers that come from pre-consumer waste and post-consumer discarded garments. Cotton fabric is converted into raw cotton fibers and made into newly recycled fabric to be reused in textiles.
Recycled Polyester (rPET)
Production of rPET diverts post-consumer plastic water bottles from landfills. A closed-loop process where the plastic is washed, flaked, heated and spun into a fiber. Performance, durability and strength of conventional polyester are retained while being environmentally superior.
Developed from 100% recycled fibers from garments that are ‘pulled’ back down to the raw fiber state and re-used as a raw material to make yarn again, with which a new garment can be created.
GOTS Organic Cotton
Grown without the use of toxic chemicals or GMOs. A natural process that sustains the health of soil, ecosystem and people.
Produced from cotton fiber of discarded clothing and fabric scraps. A closed-loop process where materials are broken down and spun into new fiber. Breathable, comfortable and eco-friendly.
Wool is rapidly renewable, biodegradable, antimicrobial and low maintenance. Wool from two generational American family farms located in Texas and Massachusetts. Responsible Wool Certified and GOTS Organic standards are observed.
Grown with no chemicals and very little water. The entire flax plant is used, making it a waste-free crop. Highly durable and fully biodegradable.
Rayon from Bamboo
The Rayon is made by mechanically processed Bamboo which involves crushing and retting. A manufacturing process that purifies the cellulose, alters the physical form, molecular orientation and degree of polymerization. Bamboo trees regenerate in 55 days, are biodegradable, pesticide-free and require little irrigation. Silky-soft touch, breezy and breathable.
This fabric was developed by German microbiologist Anke Domaske. Spoiled milk from German dairy farms is spun into a silky fiber, produced entirely without chemicals and with very little water. The finished fabric retains all of milk’s nutrients and natural proteins, making it antimicrobial, hypo-allergenic, temperature regulating and fully biodegradable.