It has been our priority the use of sustainable and ecological raw materials.
At this time, many of the materials already used in our collection reflect this concern, such as:

  • Organic cotton
  • Recycled polyester
  • Viscose eco

Nevertheless, there exist several new solutions of natural fibers which contribute to the protection of the environment as well as allow for creations with good durability and qualityand which we try to incorporate into our production. We focuse on :

Nettle fibers

 The common nettle, Urtica dioica, is found in all temperate areas of the world.

It grows successfully in nitrogen rich and ultra-fertilized soils.
Nettle is not only sustainable, it is also able to improve the environment in which it grows, by helping to control soil erosion and prevent landslides.

Nettle fiber is characterized by its shine. It has high resistance to traction and wrinkling, and its softness is similar to that of cotton.

The fibers are extremely absorbent, antimicrobial and antibacterial.


Cânhamo HEMP

Hemp cultivation helps to control soil erosion, is renewable, needs less water compared to cotton cultivation and grows quite fast, resulting in 250% more fiber than cotton in the same amount of land.

The hemp yarn is produced from the internal fibers of the plant stem of one of the variants of Cannabis Sativa, it does not require pesticides or toxic products for its cultivation and it has a fine thread and an extra soft touch.


“Nature is the only book that offers valuable content on every leaf.”

Johann Goethe