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Our collection features materials that have a lower impact on the planet, and use more sustainable cultivation practices that are better for the people and places that support them.
Hemp is a natural plant fiber that grows quickly using very little water and no chemical herbicides. It produces 250% more fiber for fabric than cotton on the same land, giving it the highest yield per acre of any natural fiber.
Linen is one of the most biodegradable fabrics in fashion. Made from flax plant fibres, this plant is extremely resilient and can grow in poor soil using very little water. Across its entire lifecycle, a linen garment uses only 6 litres of water.
One of the most renewable resources in the world, bamboo is a grass that naturally replenishes itself and releases about 35% more oxygen than trees. Bamboo reaches a mature height of 75 feet in just 45 days, using 33% less water than cotton and without use of pesticides.
Organic cotton is grown without the use of synthetic pesticides and fertilizers. It doesn’t damage the soil, and uses 88% less water and 62% less energy to produce.
Lyocell fiber is derived from sustainably-sourced (and certified) wood sources. The production process uses solvent and water that are recycled in a closed-loop process — so more than 99% of the solvent is recovered and reused.