We use the highest quality fabrics available in the sustainable textiles industry. All of our garments are hand-finished, allowing the true beauty and quality of the materials to be seen. Below, you will find a brief description of the primary fabrics we use, including their unique qualities and benefits to the world around us.
Hemp is a fast-growing renewable resource. Made from a plant, its texture helps create exceptional pieces without adding extra weight. It is breathable and light while still holding structure. Hemp fabric provides all the warmth and softness of natural textiles, but with a superior durability seldom found in other materials.
Silk is a natural fiber that, when produced organically, avoids usage of any chemical treatments, including insecticides and pesticides, or synthetic additives (used by some silk suppliers to provide additional softness).
The hemp-silk blend we use for many of our dresses and suits is comprised of 60% hemp and 40% organic silk. Combining these two fibers creates a unique fabric with a luxuriously soft feel and beautiful draping capabilities.
Wool is a naturally anti-microbial fabric, meaning that it inhibits the growth of microorganisms such as bacteria, fungi, and protozoa. Additionally, wool is breathable, stain-resistant, and possesses thermal qualities that help maintain body temperature. In our collections, we use sustainable wool that is produced in the United States and dyed in an environmentally conscious
Organic cotton is grown using methods and materials that have minimal Impact on the environment. The production systems used for organic cotton help replenish and maintain soil fertility, reduce the use of toxic and persistent pesticides and fertilizers, and build biologically diverse agriculture. In comparison, conventionally grown cotton consumes approximately 25% of insecticides and more than 10% of pesticides used in the world.
Our sustainable denim is grown and produced in the United States and dyed at environmentally friendly mills.
An organic derivative of casein, the main protein in milk, this fiber possesses healing properties that range from acting as a natural antibacterial agent, to stimulating blood circulation and bettering air quality. As a byproduct of milk, this fabric contains hydrating and nourishing elements that make it exceptionally comfortable against the skin.