Sustainability

A major component of our sustainability measures are the fabrics we use. As we continue to research new resources and technologies in the market for sustainable fabrics, we hope to lead changes in the fashion industry by producing garments with more conscientiousness around their impact on the environment and people! This page is designed to provide you an overview of fabrics we routinely use and what exactly makes them sustainable! Check our Instagram Highlight for more details.
 
Tencel
An eco-friendly fiber!
Produced with environmentally friendly processes using wood pulp from sustainably managed forests, this fabric is biodegradable and requires fewer resources to grow. It is breathable and moisture wicking as well! Also a sustainable substitute to fabrics like polyester and non - vegan silk. Due to the way it is made- using the closed loop process, meaning the chemicals used during the production do not get released into the environment.
 
Lyocell
Highly breathable.
A semi-synthetic fabric which is composed of wood cellulose making it biodegradable and compostable. It is breathable and moisture wicking as well! Also a sustainable substitute to fabrics like polyester and non - vegan silk. Due to the way it is made- using the closed loop process, meaning the chemicals used during the production do not get released into the environment. 
 
EcoVero Viscose - Rayon
A tinier carbon footprint~
This iteration of viscose is produced with wood from controlled sources as opposed to eucalyptus or bamboo which are typically involved in the production of viscose.
 
Recycled Polyester
Say yes to contaminating less! 
Plastic bottles are reused to produce fibers which creates less water and air pollution as opposed to virgin polyester, so recycled polyester amounts to the reduction of bottles in landfills.
 
Recycled Polyurethane
Not like other plastics  
Being recycled, this textile saves resources and emissions without chemicals that would otherwise affect PH changes in water and soil. Not to mention, conventional polyurethanes can’t even be recycled!
Recycled Linen
A resource saver!
As a natural fiber coming from flax plants, this textile uses a smaller number of resources such as water, energy, or fertilizers. Despite not being organically grown, it can grow in soil that’s not used for food production as it is a fast-growing renewable resource.
Organic Cotton
Easy on the planet~
Harvested without the use of agricultural chemicals like pesticides and fertilizers which harms the soil and environment. It’s natural, breathable and less taxing on the environment which is a win! It also uses way less water - 243 liters; compared to the 2,700 liters to the regular cotton.
 
Modal
Uses less water!
This fabric is made from spinning beech tree cellulose! It’s incredibly lightweight and breathable as well as being eco conscious. It is similar to rayon- being more durable and flexible. 
 
Bamboo Cotton Blend - Tanboocel
A natural deodorizer!
This bamboo fiber is naturally antibacterial and prevents the growth of bacteria. It is made 100% from bamboo pulp, thus being biodegradable.
 
Recycled Polyester Chiffon
Zero water in the printing processes. 
This fabric is made with recycled bottles to create fibers that are then spun into polymers. It is incredibly lightweight and drapes beautifully. This recycled poly chiffon also uses 0 water in its printing process! Which means you can get the same beautiful designs without wasting huge amounts of water and chemicals!
 
Knit - 70% Recycled Polyester + 30% Viscose Ecovero 
Reusing bottles?
This knit fabric is made up of both recycled poly and viscose ecovero. The recycled poly is made of recycled PET bottles which are given a second life as fabric. The Viscose ecovero is made of natural and raw -wood and pulp! It also uses 50% less water than regular viscose! This blend is incredibly soft to the touch, as well as being comfortable.