Environmentally FriendlyShop our selection of sustainable, organic and Eco-friendly materials
Starting with natural, untreated seeds and healthy soil preparation, free of synthetic fertilizers, Organic Cotton is harvested naturally through the use of water treatment and uses a cornstarch process to stabilize fibers, as appose to harsh waxes. From the soil to dying and printing, Organic Cotton is produced free of any artificial chemicals that can be harmful to you or the environment.
One of the most eco-friendly fabrics available, made from Cannabis Sativa Fibre, the Hemp plant is fast growing and fast maturing. It is naturally resistant to insects and diseases, therefore requires no use of pesticides or insecticides and even controls erosion of top soil while it grows.. As a textile, Hemp is durable, water resistant and lightweight. You will feel as good wearing Hemp as the earth does making it.
Growing in tropical regions of Africa, most commonly Madagascar, Raffia palms can grow up to 50 feet tall. With the largest leaves in the plant kingdom, the underside of each leaf is carefully pealed and dried without the use of chemicals. The result is a long fibre that can be woven and made into hats, shoes, handbags or even mats. Because Raffia palms shed their leaves naturally, it is known to be a renewable resource for products with little to no impact on the environment.