Natural fibers are pleasant to the skin and recyclable. If you take the time to properly care for them, they will serve you for

a long time. However, not all clothes can be made using 100% natural fabrics. Pants only made from cotton will quickly lose

their cut and their knees crease. Winter jackets need polyester in order to provide good thermal insulation and not absorb water.


However, there is also good news – polyester can come from recycling, is not allergenic, and is 100% vegan, while lyocell,

even though manufactured artificially, is subject to biodegradation as soon as after 6 weeks of composting.

Natural fibers

It is hygienic for the skin and has antibacterial properties (which is why it is an ideal solution for people with allergies). It is very light and easy to keep clean. It transports moisture well and is breathable (excellent for a hot summer).


It has health benefitting properties – it strengthens the human immune system. It is very pleasant to wear, especially at high temperatures, and even in high air humidity, however, it creases easily and quickly.


Perfect for hot weather

Healthy for the skin

Its cultivation uses only natural plant protection products which are completely environmentally friendly. Organic cotton clothing is more durable and flexible from clothes made from regular cotton.


Thanks to the right production methods, they not only maintain their original form and colors longer, but are also anti-allergenic and healthy for the skin.


Environmentally friendly

Anti-allergenic and healthy for the skin

Universal, pleasant to the skin, breathable. Everyone likes cotton

clothing. Cotton fiber does not cause allergic reactions. It can

be found in shirts, blouses, sweatshirts, and jeans.


It’s the most popular fiber. 100% cotton clothes are very durable in

washing (but not in high temperatures), and can be used to produce

almost any article of clothing.


Universal

Easy to maintain

Amazingly soft, incomparable with other wools. Kashmir is exceptionally resilient and flexible, which is why it folds easily and is difficult to crease. Kashmir clothes are 6 times warmer than products from sheep’s wool.


Kashmir required delicate maintenance. Sweaters should be hand washed in lukewarm water with an addition of a specialized washing liquid. It is best to take outer clothing to the dry cleaner, so that you can enjoy it for many seasons to come.


Amazingly soft

Warm, breathable for the skin

It is a natural fiber of animal origin. It is known primarily for its hygienic properties. It absorbs water from the outside slowly, which is why it’s the perfect material for coats, blazers and jackets. It allows the skin to breathe, but does not work well for people with sensitive skin, and may cause allergies.


Wool without additions is suitable mostly for outer layers. In order to keep it pleasant to the touch, wool needs to be combined with synthetic fibers. When wool is combined with acrylic, a sweater does not ‘itch’ in the neckline, and a scarf softly warms the neck.


Perfect for summer and winter

Healthy for the skin

Silk clothes simultaneously insulate, and provide the skin with

proper thermoregulation. They provide delicate warmth in the winter,

and pleasant cooling in the summer.


Silk provides outfits with an elegant and noble look. It is worth

mentioning that it is extremely delicate to the skin and hair,

fitting into the trend of conscious care.


Delicate to the skin and hair

Remarkable gloss

Synthetic fibers

It is a synthetic fiber obtained from, among other things, recycled plastic PET bottles. Its production process reduces water and energy consumption in order to protect the environment.


Materials made from it dry quickly, are durable and resistant to stretching.


Dries quickly

Maintains its color for a long time

It is created from naturally occurring polymers using chemical processes. It is light, resilient, durable and resistant to mold and fungi. It gives lightness to clothes, minimizes the need for ironing (which saves energy!), allows to create pleats on skirts or edges on pants.


Thanks to an addition of polyester, a sweater will not crease in the elbows, and pants – in the knees.


Durable

Vegan

It is a material manufactured from tree cellulose, which can, for example, come

from an eucalyptus tree. The material was created with environmental protection

in mind. The fiber, subjected to composting, undergoes biodegradation after just

6 weeks. This eliminates the issue of disposing of lyocell clothing.


Additionally, clothes made from lyocell are light, smooth, and very pleasant to

the skin. It is the perfect material for summer dresses, skirts, flowing blouses.

Lyocell is able to imitate thin denim. It does not crease, and even when worn,

it quickly regains its shape on the hanger. It is hygienic and breathable, which

is why it doesn’t require frequent washing. Lyocell is a nearly perfect material.


Biodegradable

Perfect for summer dresses

It is manufactured from a natural resource – cellulose from pine, beech and spruce. In the early phase of this material’s production, the technological process resembles the one observed in paper factories.


Wood is finely ground, and the resulting mass is formed into sheets, which are then subjected to further chemical reactions, until becoming a liquid. The material is created as continuous fibers (called artificial silk), or as sectioned fibers (cotton- and wool-like).


Light

Breathable

It is manufactured from a natural resource – cellulose from pine, beech and spruce. In the early phase of this material’s production, the technological process resembles the one observed in paper factories.


Wood is finely ground, and the resulting mass is formed into sheets, which are then subjected to further chemical reactions, until becoming a liquid. The material is created as continuous fibers (called artificial silk), or as sectioned fibers (cotton- and wool-like).


Light

Breathable

It is an artificial material obtained from a natural plant ingredient – cellulose,

which is subjected to chemical treatment. The material itself is created from the

ground up in a laboratory. Contrary to viscose, which is a first generation fiber,

modal is considered as a second generation cellulose fiber. It can be said, that

it’s improved viscose. One whose faults have been removed through advanced technologies.


Used with increasing frequency as a substitute for cotton, as it is more durable than

viscose, is soft and pleasant to hold, and absorbs

up to 50% more water than cotton.


Soft and smooth

Pleasant to the skin

A fiber whose main ingredient is acrylonitrile, resistant to dirt or insects. It can be used as a base material for producing yarn, as well as mixed with other synthetic or natural fibers.


It raises the utility value of wool, increasing its durability. It is also easily dyed.


Durable

Combines well with other fibers