Enzyme washing is a special bio-polishing treatment to make the fabrics clean, smooth, without imperfections giving a soft touch and a perfect printing finish.
Hessian: a natural plant-based material. Biodegradable, resistant and recyclable, jute fibre does not require fertilisers or pesticides to grow and emits little CO².
Recycled cotton is derived from worn clothing or scraps of unused fabrics. Clothes that are not in a suitable condition for second-hand wear can thus enter a recycling channel. They will be sorted into colours and fabrics, then ground, shre...
Waterproof garment or fabric. The figure shown corresponds to the fabric’s ability to withstand water pressure without allowing moisture to penetrate. The minimum standard is 1500 mm/m2 .
An artificial cellulose fiber that offers increased resistance and provides a soft surface that feels like peach skin to the touch. Example: Tencel® (made from the cellulose found in wood pulp).
Ultra-fine weave made of thin and flexible yarns that brings style to the material and movement to the garment.
Seagrass is a natural fibre of marine origin. It is one of the most resistant materials on the plant fibre "market". It is made from aquatic plant fibres found in freshwater and saltwater estuaries.
Sorona® is a partially plant-based polymer. A new and innovative material, it used in the padding of our down jackets and is an eco-responsible alternative to replace fur or other animal feather paddings. Sorona® is a trademark registered...
Pre-consumer recycled materials
Materials that come from waste generated during a manufacturing process. Excluded is the reuse of materials that come from a production process and that can be recovered in the same process that generates them.
Linen is a noble and eco-friendly fabric that consumes little water and requires very few fertilisers and pesticides. The result is a sustainable, environmentally friendly, light and resistant fabric.