Viscose: a unique fabric that was created in 1883 as an affordable version of silk. Closely related to rayon, viscose is made from wood pulp (a cellulose based fibre), the processing of wood pulp into a fibre produces very little waste making viscose a biodegradable fibre and a eco-friendly fabric option.
Rayon: a breathable fabric made from regenerated wood pulp. This cellulose based fibre has a soft hand feel and uses half the energy to produce than cotton, making it an eco-friendly fabric option.
Dead stock / remnant fabrics: are fabrics that have never been sold or used before being removed from sale and they are likely to end up as landfill. The use of dead stock or remnant fabric for garments is a way of recycling the fabric, making it an eco-friendly option.
Linen: an extremely strong and breathable natural cellulose fibre (made from the fibres of the flax plant) that is 100% biodegradable, making it an eco-friendly fabric option. Linen is slightly thicker than cotton and is cool in hot, humid weather.
Cotton: a breathable and durable natural cellulose fibre that is 100% biodegradable, making it environmentally friendly. We use organic cotton whenever possible.