We call sustainable fabrics our choice of textiles made of natural fibers that regenerate quickly; either bamboo, which requires less water irrigation; hemp or flax. The transformation of vegetable fiber into cellulose such as modal, viscose and tencel with or without Oeko-TEK certification. Fabrics made from textile waste; cupro.
Recycled materials, is resulting from the transformation of a raw material that has already had a first life. We only use them when recycled synthetic yarns are mixed with natural materials.
We use textiles made from natural materials with more than 80% content. Our textile choices are cotton, linen, hemp and their blends. We also use plant fiber cellulose which comes from our eco-responsible category because it brings softness and suppleness to our natural textiles.
Materials from organic farming in the strict sense: ban on the use of synthetic chemicals (commonly called pesticides, insecticides, but also fertilizers), ban on the use of genetically modified organisms.