Merino Wool is one of the most sustainable fabric on earth. It's natural, renewable, technical and biodegradable. Merino wool is a sustainable resource because sheeps grow fur each year after the annual harvesting of the fleece!
We only use wool from farms that DO NOT practice mulesing, making sure that we support suppliers and farms that treat animals with respect.
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Harvested yarn is spun by the factory operated by Biella Yarn, located in Biella, Italy.
Biella Yarn is a specialist in high-quality flat knitting yarns for exclusive, fashionable clothing. The Company was founded in 2001 and owned by Südwolle Group, a global leader in textile manufacturing. Biella Yarn support fashion designers and textile companies by developing innovative, high quality products for the future.
Finally, Biella Yarn is woven into wool fabric, which is cut and finished at the factory in Beijing, China. This factory is established in 1990s and employs over 300 garment workers, with 70% of them having been working with the factory for more than 10 years.
China has been steadily become a global leader in apparel & textile manufacturing with efficient factory operation and knowledgeable workers, enabling sustainable fashion to be available at accessible price.