Raw Materials & Yarns



Organic Cotton

Growing Region: South Plains, US, Turkey, and India

Derived from: Cotton Plant

Environmental Impact: Optimal, nutrient rich soil standard. Elimination of toxins and pesticides. Enhances the quality of life for farmers. Non toxic fibre stabilization. Non toxic low impact dyes. Non destructive extraction.

Wearability: Breathability and elimination of harmful heavy metals and pesticides.



Tencel RayoN

Growing Region:  Central Europe (Austria, Czech Republic)

Derived From: Pulp of eucalyptus trees

Environmental Impact: Circular fashion model. Fully biodegradable. Responsible wood sourcing. High volume forest regeneration. Supports growth of endangered forests.

Wear Benefits: Moisture wicking. Quick to dry. Breathability. Wrinkle Resistant. Anti-bacterial.



Modal Rayon  

Growing Region: Central Europe (Austria, Czech Republic)

Derived From: Beech Wood Trees

Environmental Impact: Higher yield per acre (less trees required), Significantly less water consumption throughout production carrying into the fabric lifespan with consumer.

Wear Benefits: No fabric softener or whitening agents needed, decreased energy and water use for shorter washing cycles. Resistant to shrinkage. Resistant to color fading. Resistant to pilling. 50% more water absorbent than cotton.



Bamboo Rayon

Growing Region: China & India

Derived From: Pulp and Bamboo Grass

Environmental Impact: Naturally produces a bio-agent allowing it to flourish in the wild without the use of pesticides. Fastest growing tree in the world.

Wear Benefits: Smooth finish without the use of chemical treatment. Antibacterial, Sweat absorbent. UV protection embedded in fibre. Hypoallergenic. Micro gaps in fabric provide extreme breathability.



Eucalyptus + Lemon Rayon

Growing Region: Australia, East India, China, Burma

Derived From: Trees and utilizing Greenfirst® treatment

Environmental Impact: Eliminating the use of extremely toxic repellents.

Wear Benefits: Toxic free natural insect repellent. Provides the article with excellent properties for combating pests, in particular dust mites, moths and gnats. Supports breathability. Anti-Odor.

Additional Info: Natural treatment principally based on Lemon, Lavender and Eucalyptus essential oils extracts. This natural active substance identified as a food additive by the OMS and FAO is notified within the Biocide Directive 98/8/CEA.



Lavender Rayon

Growing Region: Mediterranean

Derived From: Lavender Bush

Environmental Impact: Eliminating the use of harmful toxins in finishings.

Wear Benefits: Extremely antibacterial. Adaptogenic to the skins needs. Protects against E.Coli. Protects against Candida Albicans. Protects against Staphylococcus aureus. Keeps linens and fabrics fresh. Anti-odor.



Mint Rayon

Growing Region: North America, South Africa, China

Derived From: Mint Leaf

Environmental Impact: Eliminating the use of harmful toxins in finishings.

Wear Benefits: Extremely antibacterial. Anti odor. Keeps linens and fabrics fresh.



Recycled Polyester

Growing Region: Taiwan Landfills

Derived From: Clear Plastic Water Bottles

Environmental Impact: Repurposing post consumer waste. Reduces dependence on petroleum.

Wear Benefits: Continuous recyclability with no quality degradation.



Here’s the process broken down.

We call this the water bottle story.


End Material: Recycled Polyester & Natural Finishing

Raw Materials: Reused Water Bottles, Eucalyptus, Lemon and Lavender essential oils.  


Step 1:

Wash recycled plastic bottles and shred bottles into pet chips. Chips are extracted into long spaghetti strands then strands cut into pellets.


Step 2:

Reheat pellets and turn them into super fine threads, spin threads into yarn.


Step 3:

Weave or knit yarn to create recycled polyester for fabric use.


Step 4:

Finish fabrics with eucalyptus, lemon and lavender essential oils.

Wear Benefits: Post consumer waste is repurposed with a non toxic finish.