When buying new clothes, choosing garments made from natural, plant-based materials is the easiest way to shop sustainably. Synthetic fibers, like polyester or spandex, are derived from petroleum and manufactured using non-cyclical and wasteful production methods. Our brand is grounded in using natural fibers to create beautiful, versatile pieces that you will cherish for years to come.
We are also grounded in transparency, and we are committed to eliminating virgin synthetic materials from our brand by the end of 2021. For the fabric yardage used in our first collection, 98% of all fibers are plant-derived.
Curious about the other commitments we've made? Head to our Commitments page to learn more.
Used throughout our collection, this Lenzing Group fabric is derived from wood pulp and sourced from sustainably managed forests. It’s generated in a closed-loop process that recycles water and reuses solvent. These fibers are certified as compostable and biodegradable.
Cupro / Linen / Tencel™ blend:
Used to make The Everyday Pant.
Blended into our pants’ fabric, this is a regenerated cellulose material made from cotton waste. This is also made through a closed-loop process, so water can be reused and chemicals extracted. Being plant-based, it is biodegradable.
Made from the fiber of flax plants, this natural material features many beneficial properties. It is lightweight and thus comfortable to wear in warmer temperatures, also offering absorbency and fast-drying benefits. The fiber is very durable, yet also is biodegradable as being derived from a natural source.
Tencel™ Lyocell / Cotton / Modal / Spandex blend:
This natural fiber is best known for its breathability, comfort and durability.
This material comes from beech tree wood pulp and is best known for it's long-lasting softness, as well as it's high color retention properties.
Spandex is a synthetic, petroleum-based product. In this blend, Spandex is 6% of the content and provides stretch. We are committed to eliminating virgin synthetic materials from our future collections entirely.
What do you mean by biodegradable?
Materials can break down over time and return to the earth when in external conditions, such as soil, and in the presence of microorganisms, fungi, or bacteria.