Sustainable fabrics are often made from natural or recycled materials with the overall aim of reducing harm either through the production process, fibre properties or overall environmental impact. These fabrics can also contribute to waste reduction, water conservation, lowered emissions, and soil regeneration—though, there isn’t one fabric that is 100% sustainable.

Our Hemp

Hemp is an eco-friendly crop. It requires no pesticides and requires a very little amount of water, yet renewing the soul with each growth cycle. It has long roots that prevent erosion and help retail topsoil. Hemp grows readily in most temperate region.

What makes us look at hemp as a future fibre?


Clothing made of hemp fibre is lightweight and absorbent, with three times the tensile strength of cotton. People have long valued this strong and long lasting plant.

Weather Resistant

UV and mold-resistant, hemp is excellent for outdoor wear.


Hemp can be blended with other fibers for different qualities in the garment. Hemp/silk and hemp/cotton garments are now available for added comfort.


Hemp is less expensive to farm because of its minimal growth requirements. Hemp plants grow quickly, producing 5-10 tons of cellulose fiber pulp per acre in four months.

Easy on the Environment

There is no waste in production of hemp. Hemp also produces more fibre per acre than trees, and can be renewed two-three times per year. Not only that: industrial hemp plants absorb more carbon dioxide than trees.

Our Organic Cotton

Organic farming works in harmony with nature. Farmers make the most of natural systems and cycles to grow their crops. Using techniques such as crop rotation, green manures and composting, healthy soils lead to healthy harvests. Moreover, given that toxic hazardous pesticides and artificial fertilisers are banned, biodiversity is boosted and natural forms of pest control are used. As a result, we are provided with high quality organic cotton that we are able to offer to our customers.

Combats climate change

Organic farmers use natural methods to grow cotton, not fossil-fuel based fertilisers. By working with nature, farmers build healthy soils which store carbon and help fight climate change.

Saves and protects precious water

Organic cotton is better for water than conventionally produced cotton. Organic farming creates healthy soils, which act like a sponge, soaking up water during floods and holding it for longer in times of a drought.

Say no to GM companies

Genetically modified (GM) seeds are banned in organic farming, so farmers are not reliant on a handful of GM companies. Instead, they save their seeds year after year, and work with the environment in a long-term, sustainable way.

Eliminates hazardous synthetic pesticides

Organic farmers use natural methods e.g crop rotation to control pests and diseases. Hazardous synthetic pesticides are not used as they can damage ecosystems, poison waterways and endanger workers.

Our Recyclable Polyester

Keeping plastics from going to landfill and the ocean

Recycled polyester gives a second life to material that is not biodegradable and would otherwise end up in landfill or the ocean.

Recycled Polyester takes less resources to make than regular polyester

Recyclable polyester production goes onto reduce CO2 emissions by 32 percent in comparison to regular polyester. In addition, recycled polyester can contribute to reduce the extraction of crude oil and natural gas from the Earth which is used make more plastic.

Our Tencel

Tencel is environmentally-friendly material created from sustainably-sourced eucalyptus trees. It is made using a unique drying method -spinning, using eucalyptus wood pulp. Tencel’s softness and breathability makes it stand out. Tencel holds vibrant dyes well with little risk of bleeding in the washing machine. Additionally, Tencel is hypoallergenic and does not irritate sensitive skin.


Tencel is naturally breathable as it allows air to flow in and out of the material and prevent heat retention. Tencel also removes moisture and dries quickly.


Tencel is more durable than organic cotton. Some cotton fabrics shrink as a result of washing them however, Tencel won’t lose it’s shape. Moreover it tends to feel softer with every wash.


Tencel looks and feels like silk. It has a slight sheen and is soft to touch. Tencel is also less likely to wrinkle in comparison to cotton.


Apart from being soft, Tencel does not irritate sensitive skin.