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Our clothes are made of :




Viscose from Bamboo

Bamboo is the fastest growing plant in the world. Its cultivation requires no chemical fertilizers or pesticides. Its production uses four times less water than cotton and is totally biodegradable. 

Despite sodium hydroxide, carbon disulfide and sulfuric acid required by the viscose transformation process. We believe it can be used responsibly and represents a scalable alternative to synthetic fibers and conventional cotton.



Eucalyptus (Lyocell fiber) fabric absorbs moisture and prevents the formation of bacteria. It is extremely gentle and suitable for sensitive skin. This is a 100% natural fiber extracted from eucalyptus wood from certified environmentally sustainable plantations located in Europe. The fiber production process is environmentally friendly at all levels. The products used are recycled for its transformation up to 99.7%.


Hemp is much more resistant than cotton. It is hypoallergenic and non-irritating to the skin. In fact, hemp is one of the most environmentally friendly fabrics currently available. The plant is very naturally resistant to pests and growth requires little water. Hemp fabric has the distinction of “aging well”, in fact, the more you wear it, the softer it becomes.


Noble material, linen is an all natural fiber that requires no chemicals for growth or for his transformation. The fabric keeps us cool in summer and warm in the winter because it keeps the air in its fibers in fact a natural insulator. The linen cloth has a beneficial effect on sensitive skin. This is the most resistant fabric. It is not plush and not deformed. It softens with washing.
Future Projects

Future Projects

Since the beginning of the year, I often ask myself this question. Are we doing enough for the environment? In our life and personal consumption, but especially as an eco-friendly clothing company. Often the answer is no. There are so many projects that we could...