Today, 80% of the materials we use, have sustainability certifications (Oeko Tex, BCI, Lenzing, Tencel). Following our Vision, based on our Values and guided by the return of the greatest possible value to all stakeholders (customers, suppliers, employees), our goal is for this percentage to reach 100% by 2025.
LUXURY AND COMFORT WITH FABRICS OF PLANT ORIGIN
The history of linen dates back thousands of years ago. Linen is a fabric made from the flax plant. Flax is one of the oldest textiles known to mankind. History has proved that linen can withstand years of wear and tear and is the strongest natural fiber. Linen is fresh, versatile, durable comfortable and absorbent with antibacterial properties and OEKO TEX certification of sustainability.
LINEN I VISCOSE
The light form of linen through the mixture with the vegetable origin viscose giving softness to the feeling, fluid look, bearing the certification of sustainability OEKO TEX.
Premium quality cotton originating from South America and the Southwestern United States. A luxurious, smooth fabric, soft in texture and wrinkle resistance. Bearing the BCI, OEKO TEX certifications of sustainability.
With its fine fibers based on wood, LENZING offers a light and smooth fabric with a flowing drape and an attractive appearance. A soft on the skin fabric with superior quality fibers, moisture absorbent, with antibacterial properties. Bearing BCI, LENZING, OEKO TEX certifications of sustainability.
A blend of ecological viscose and vegetable viscose, gives softness to the feeling, luxurious fluid look through the satin finish, bearing the certification of sustainability OEKO TEX.
One of the most important textile fibers of animal origin, naturally smooth and supple. Defined by feel-good properties of silkiness, softness. Ensuring a pleasant feeling on the skin, a flowing drape and a luxurious look.
GO WATER LESS.
Water heating is a major energy suck. When you do the wash, set your washer to “cold” to save energy and help your clothes live a little longer (heat can break fibers down).
SKIP THE DRYER.
Normal tumble dryers emit million tons of CO2 each year. Using the dryer also wears out your clothes faster, meaning they will be headed to the landfill sooner. It’s way better to air or line dry.
SPRING CLEAN YOUR WARDROBE.
If there’s anything in your wardrobe you’re not using then liberate it! Pass it on to a friend, donate it to charity.