Bamboo is the fastest growing plant in the world with some stands growing up to three feet per day. Similar to beechwood, it self-propagates so there is no need for replanting. Bamboo requires no water, fertilizers or pesticides making it an incredibly sustainable resource for textile production. Our rayon from bamboo is luxuriously soft, long lasting and easy to care for. It looks and wears beautifully and does not fade, pill or lose its shape like other natural fibres. For a detailed explanation of our bamboo production process and organic farming standards please click here.
Sorona contains 37% annually renewable plant-based ingredients by weight (28% bio-based carbon). From polymer production, to extrusion at lower temperatures, to lower dyeing temperatures, to easy care, sorona provides sustainability benefits throughout the value chain. Our charcoal sorona has the look of wool but with the same softness and stretch as our bamboo. Available in solid, stripe, and pinstripe for a more tailored look.
Micro-Modal is synonymous with luxury fabrics such as linen and silk, but is much easier to care for while also meeting the highest standards of environmental sustainability. The production process involves self-propagating beechwood trees and its symbiotic pulp and fibres, which produce a beautiful luxury fabric. The perfect complement to our classic bamboo, our modal is light and airy, inspiring soft, flowing designs that drape beautifully on the body. Perfect for travel, modal is light, packable and washable with an ability to hold its colours after multiple washes.
Linen is known as the skin microclimate fibre with exceptional cooling qualities in hot weather and unrivalled ventilated comfort. It’s a natural cellulose fibre from the flax plant is produced without waste, and uses less energy and less water. It is 100% biodegradable, recyclable, hypo-allergenic and anti-bacterial. Our slub linen texture contrasts beautifully with our smooth rayon from bamboo.