Discover our selection of natural and responsible materials
Since the beginning, we’ve committed to using only 100% natural and biodegradable materials, that are better for your skin and don’t cause harm to the planet.
In order to avoid waste, with only 7 materials we’re able to create a complete selection of timeless pieces for all year long.
Linen is one of the strongest and freshest natural materials that is also responsible on the planet, since it needs very few water to grow. It easily absorbs and releases moisture so it feels dry and cool and it's very resistant to time and wear and tear.
Organic Cotton is a natural fiber that doesn’t include chemical fertilizers or genetically modified seeds (GMOs) during its production. It’s known and loved because of its hypoallergenic, breathable and durable properties.
Extrafine Merino Wool
Merino Wool is a natural fiber grown by Merino sheep and, since it’s thinner than regular wool, it feels softer on your skin and it’s more comfortable. Thanks to its breathability and thermoregulation properties, it keeps you warm or fresh all day long depending on the temperature.
It’s a very precious fiber that combines the special properties of wool, including its extreme lightness, with a pleasant feeling on the skin, given by its similarity to cashmere fibers to the touch.
A fuzzy and extra-warm kind of wool perfect for the lower temperatures. Chunky wool is also considered more sustainable because it resuses production scraps of classic worsted wool.
A precious natural fiber that comes from Kashmir goats, that is known for its lightness and its incredible softness, while keeping you warm for a long time.
Crafted from the industrial excesses of cashmere fibers, it's warm, soft, and cozy to the touch just like virgin cashmere, but it comes with a considerably lower cost for the environment.
To prove that our materials meet the highest environmental and quality standards, we carefully select certified materials that last long and have a low impact on the planet.In 2022, 85% of materials used to craft our pieces were certified.
Traceability and transparency
For each one of our pieces, you can discover the story behind it and the impact it has on the environment on the product page of our website.88% of our complete supply chain is traced, and we are working towards reaching 100% in the next years.