Materiales

"We are proud to use the least amount of natural resources possible (materials, energy, and transportation)."

The development of new materials with a lower environmental impact has been the company's focus since its inception. We have used innovation to collaborate with our suppliers in the search for new fibers, materials, and processes to continually improve our fabrics.


Since 2009, our mission has been to stop using the planet’s natural resources in a careless way. That's why we decided to use recycled materials, giving a second life to waste such as recycled nylon, polyester, wool, and cotton, reducing water consumption and CO2 emissions.

Now, we incorporate new materials of natural origin that, while not recycled, still have a low environmental impact, such as linen, hemp, cellulose fibers, or organic cotton.

We are a brand certified by the Global Recycling Standard (GRS), ensuring that all the recycled fabrics we use come from recycled sources. The standard applies to the entire supply chain, reviewing traceability, environmental principles, social requirements, chemical content, and labeling, thereby educating consumers and helping them make better decisions.

We also have Organic Content Standard (OCS) certification for organic materials.

To ensure a minimal impact in the dyeing and finishing processes of materials, our suppliers commit to not using toxic chemicals in our products by signing the LSR (List of Restricted Substances) and Vegan Guarantee.

Restricted Substances List and Vegan Guarantee

We work with recycled polyester materials from different sources:

Due to its intensive water use during cultivation and production, one of the main environmental impacts of the textile industry comes from cotton.
Over half of cotton fields are artificially irrigated, and up to 90% of the water used is potable.

Learn more about the Cotton Reborn project

We have worked tirelessly for the past 12 years to develop high-quality recycled cotton as a substitute for conventional cotton.

WE THINK CIRCULAR,
WE CREATE CIRCULAR

Achieving circularity is key to protecting natural resources and staying aligned with our purpose. For years, and with the goal of being circular, we have worked to make our designs mono-materials and easily recyclable. Additionally, we work to build circular supply chains, as in the case of MADE TO BE RE-MADE.

55% MONO-MATERIAL PRODUCTS IN 2022

REGENERATION ALLOWS US TO MOVE FROM A
LOW IMPACT TO A POSITIVE IMPACT.

Regeneration is our opportunity to reverse the textile sector's tendency of consuming and polluting water, depleting resources, exploiting the soil, inappropriate water use, waste generation, and overexploitation of the planet. It allows us to give back to the planet more than we extract from it, leaving a positive impact in our wake.

• Increases biodiversity and improves soil health.
• Improves efficient water use and reduces and captures greenhouse gas emissions.
• Improves the economic and social well-being of communities.

REGENERATIVE MERINO WOOL

In addition to our regenerative cotton capsules, we collaborate on a merino wool recovery project based on transhumance.