Intelligent design and sustainable fashion close the loop on the lifecycle of paper. Cotton/paper sweaters utilize cutting edge technology to combine spun recycled paper with cotton fibers to create incredibly soft fine yarns.
Natures first technical fabric. Alpaca is one of nature’s softest and most luxurious fibers. It has natural insulating qualities that allow your body to regulate its temperature. The fiber is strong and resilient and has more thermal capacity than any other natural fiber. Microscopic air pockets contribute to its very high insulation quality, retaining body heat in cold climates and allowing breathability in warmer climates. Alpaca fiber does not contain lanolin and therefore is hypoallergenic and does not itch.
Cultivation is carbon neutral and the fiber itself is 100% biodegradable.
Linen is a strong, luxurious fiber that feels great against the skin. A product of nature, linen is one of the most natural and ecologically friendly fibers in the world, and is a renewable resource where every part of the flax plant is used.
This water resistant cotton/nylon/metal twill fabric is lightweight, sculptural, and surprisingly soft. The natural cotton fibers are combined with super-fine steel filament fibers resulting in a modern fabric with a subtle satin luster.
A washable alternative to silk using cupro, a regenerated cellulose fiber like Tencel®, and rayon. Cupro breathes like cotton, has beautiful drape, and feels silky soft against your skin.
Ponte knit is a tightly knitted fabric that has both stretch and retention. Ponte does not fade and is incredibly comfortable. Its all-season appeal makes it perfect for travel.
Boiled wool is created by first knitting wool yarns into fabric, then “boiled” and agitated in hot water which shrinks the fabric without the use of chemicals. The result is a tighter, denser material. Wool that has been boiled is warmer, more durable, and windproof.
Modal® is soft, smooth and has beautiful drape. It breathes well, and is very absorbent. Made from the wood pulp of Beachwood trees, it is a natural and sustainable resource that self-propagates without the need for irrigation or replanting.
Silk is an ancient natural fiber spun by the mulberry silkworm that has been woven into a luxury fabric since 2900 BC. Still valued as one of the most luxurious fibers in the world, silk is woven into a variety of weights and textures and prized for both its strength and softness.
Organic cotton is soft, breathable, and easy to care for. It is cotton grown without pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, or genetic engineering. Cotton grown organically improves soil quality and often uses less water than conventionally grown cotton.
Hemp is valued for its strength, durability, and softness. It is breathable and naturally resistant to mold. Hemp is one of the most ecologically friendly fibers in the world, requiring no pesticides, herbicides or fertilizers, and is drought tolerant.
Cashmere is the ultra-fine, downy fiber known for it’s silky finish, superb softness, and outstanding insulating ability. The softest of these hairs are combed out, separated and spun into extremely lightweight, soft and luxurious natural fiber yarns.
Made from sustainably grown wood pulp, Tencel® is biodegradable and recyclable. It’s breathable and naturally helps the body manage moisture and temperature. The closed loop production process represents a great accomplishment in cellulosic fiber technology making Tencel® both sustainable and eco-friendly.