We see clothes as our second skin and we are using natural fabrics as much as possible. We work with organic and recycled materials and we control their manufacture at the maximum, in order to guarantee that no pesticides are used and that there’s not excessive consumption of water. The dyeing process of the fabrics is also environmentally friendly, as the are coloured with nontoxic dyes.

Moreover, as GOTS fabrics, they also certificate that all the conditions are fair, not just for environment but also for farmers who are involved in the production of the textiles.





Organic cotton is beneficial for our environment and our health because it is cultivated and grown in fertile land fields free of pesticides, herbicides and synthetic chemical fertilisers and it is spun and produced without toxic chemicals. In addition, organic agriculture respects the cycles of the earth, trying to maintain a balance and

preserve the land for future uses.





Linen is a natural recyclable and sustainable fiber, it doesn’t require chemicals to be processed into textile, and is completely biodegradable.
It is the oldest textile fiber in history. It has many uses for its resistance and versatility. It is a great conductor of heat. Linen is both cool in warm weather and warm in cool weather. It transmits a characteristic and unmistakable freshness sensation.

It is healthy and ecological. Linen does not retain odours and for this reason it is said to be very hygienic.





An ecological and sustainable material due to the little use of water (it feeds on rainwater) and no need of fertilisers and pesticides. It is biodegradable and recyclable with a minimal carbon footprint. One hectare of jute plants consumes about 15 tons of carbon dioxide and releases 11 tons of oxygen. It ́s cultivation enriches the fertility of the soil for the next harvest and can be used for other types of crops, for example rice.