Our ultimate ambition is to respond to the changing
demands of our planet and society, and to speed up
our transition to a more sustainable reality.
Recycled cotton is made from manufacturing waste like leftover fabric scraps or from used cotton garments and textiles. Recycling cotton reduces the waste of a natural resource like water. The amount of cotton waste that would eventually have ended up in landfills is also significantly reduced.
Organic cotton is grown without the use of harmful chemicals. Organic cotton farming protects natural resources and farmers.
Recycled polyester saves natural resources and reduces the amount of waste.
Recycled polyamide is a material recycled from waste such as fish nets and caroets found in our seas. Leftover waste from production is also used, a way of saving natural resources and reduce what ends up in landfills.
TENCEL is made from pulp of cellulose from sustainable tree farms. The material is very economical in its use of energy and natural resources, is fully biodegradable, and contributes to less chemicals in nature.
Solution dyed products are made from fibres dyed without water, which means no dye or water waste and a reduced chemical waste.