Uses fewer resources than cotton or polyester, and can grow in poor soil. In some cases, it can even rehabilitate polluted soil.
Our linen is weaved in Portugal.
Required to grow flax, compared to cotton.
absorbed per ton of flax cellulose produced.
Grown from non-GMO seeds and without the use of pesticides. These garments are thermoregulators, perfect for summer and winter.
Required to grow organic cotton, compared to conventional one.
Of the total cotton produced globally is organic.
Natural and sustainable cellulose fiber, made from wood pulp, made in a closed-loop production. Super soft and high-performance fiber.
Compared to conventional cotton.
footprint compared with other synthetic fibers.
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It saves pre-consumer wool waste from landfills, saves a considerable amount of water, and avoids the use of chemicals for dyeing. Our wool is GRS certified.
Water per kg of recycled wool comparing to virgin wool.
Per kg of recycled wool comparing to virgin wool.
Prevents additional textile waste and requires fewer resources than conventional or organic cotton. Can be recycled from old garments or textile leftovers. Usually blended with new cotton.
Of water saved per ton of recycled cotton.
Often called rPET, it's made from recycled plastic bottles, and requires fewer resources than that of new fibers and generates less CO2 emissions.
Added when producing recycled wool, for pieces that don't need to be washed often.
Required to produce rPET, compared to PET.
Produced by rPET, when compared to PET.
We work with a portuguese button factory, Louropel and we use eco-friendly alternatives such has recycled paper or cotton buttons, olive wood buttons, corn, corozo. In the case of zippers, we use YKK 100% recyclable.