"Choice of raw material can impact up to 50% of any brand's environmental footprint"

Garbage in, garbage out. 

We partner with brands who can answer where they source raw materials, whether it be sustainable fabric supplier or an organic cotton farm in India. We define sustainable raw material as fabric made with good intentions and efficient execution. 


Natural:  plant

Natural: animal

Renewed & Synthetic

organic cotton

HISTORY: 4,500+ years

MAJOR EXPORT: India, Texas, Egypt

STRENGTH: breathable, moisture-wicking, plant-based 

WEAKNESS: water-thirsty, land-intensive

ENEMY: convention cotton that requires toxic chemicals like pesticides

Today, only ~2% of cotton clothing are organic.


HISTORY:  8,000+ years - linen is one of the oldest fabric in history

MAJOR EXPORTER: Canada, Ukraine, Russia, France

STRENGTH: light, crisp and cooling - perfect for summer and beaches

WEAKNESS: low elasticity, wrinkle easily

PRO-TIP: linen irons better when it's damp


HISTORY: 5,000+ years

MAJOR EXPORTER: Australia, China, United States & New Zealand

STRENGTH: breathability, warmth, versatility, biodegradability

ENEMY: Aggressive Muesling

We work with brands that source wools from farms that treat animals and environment with care and responsibility. 

Certified Organic Wool

Certified Cruelty Free Wool 


Cashmere is a luxury fiber obtained from cashmere and other types of goat

HISTORY: 5,000+ years 

MAJOR EXPORTER: China, Mongolia and other Central Asian Republics

STRENGTH: fine, soft, light, and at least three times more insulating than wool

WEAKNESS: Water-thirsty, land-intensive


HISTORY: 5,000+ years


STRENGTH: Soft, luxurious, light, durable

NOTE:made from silkworms

Silk is a natural fiber that is completely biodegradable


HISTORY: 38 years - first developed in 1980s

MADE FROM: Eucalyptus Trees

STRENGTH: Soft, Technical, Completely biodegradable

WEAKNESS: depending on the fabric type, it can wrinkle easily 

NOTE:Won European Recognition for its closed-loop system

We believe Tencel™ is one of the most sustainable fabric today! 

recycled plastic 

HISTORY: first synthesized in North America by Dupont chemists during the 1940s

STRENGTH: performance-wear

WEAKNESS: microplastic

Plastic takes up to 1,000 years to degrade in a landfill - which means all the plastic that were every produced still exist in the world today, unless recycled into fabric or other post-consumer use. 

When you shop for a clothing made from recycled plastic, you help divert plastic away from landfill

Sizing Chart
France 34 36 38 40
U.K. 6 8 10 12