Our more sustainable materials
Lyocell is a renewable, all-natural material made from plant-based cellulose, for example cellulose from trees. We mainly use Tencel™ lyocell fibres, which is made from sustainable wood-pulp produced in a closed-loop process. Lyocell feels very similar to cotton but needs a lot less water to manufacture and requires no, or very little, pesticides. If sustainable fibres were given medals, Tencel™ lyocell would get a golden one.
Linen is a durable, natural material made from the flax plant. It needs very little water compared to cotton, which makes it a great alternative for soft and comfy clothing. Our organic linen is grown without chemical pesticides, GMOs or fertilisers. Plus, it’s breathable and a very chic choice for warmer weather.
Recycled polyester is an artificial fibre made from oil-based waste such as old PET bottles or polyester clothing. It’s a way more sustainable option than conventional polyester, as we can reuse a material that’s already been produced. Using recycled polyester also reduces plastic waste and stops it from ending up in landfills.