The use of sustainable and ecological raw materials has been our priority.
At this moment, several materials used in our creations that reflect this concern, such as:
There are new solutions of natural fibers that contribute to the protection of the environment and allow for new creations with great durability and quality in which we now intend to bet.
The common nettle, Urtica dioica, is found in all temperate areas of the world. It grows successfully in nitrogenous and ultra-fertilized soils.
Nettle is not only sustainable. It is able to improve the environment where it grows by helping to control soil erosion and preventing landslides.
Nettle fiber is characterized by its shine. It has high resistance to traction and wrinkling and its softness is similar to cotton.
The fibers are extremely absorbent, antimicrobial and antibacterial.
Hemp cultivation helps control soil erosion, it is renewable, needs less water compared to cotton farming and grows quite fast, resulting in 250% more fiber compared to cotton on the same amount of land.
The yarn for hemp fabric is “produced from the inner fibers of the stem of the plant of one of the variants of Cannabis Sativa. It does not require pesticides or toxic products to grow it with fine yarn and an extra soft touch.