Our materials


The silky soft Alpaca wool is extremely good for sensitive skin and the environment. The Alpaca's natural habitat is over 4000 meters above sea level. Hot days and cold nights have caused the animal to develop wool with unique heat-tempering properties, which simultaneously protects against cold and heat. Wool is naturally self-cleaning, so it is usually enough to air the clothes and thus reduce the use of detergents.

MERINO AND HIGHLAND WOOL sustainable and thermoregulating with thick and strong threads. Merino wool is naturally antibacterial and has an exceptionally high resistance to odors caused by heat or sweat. The wool is very stain resistant and lasts a long time.


The characteristic of Pima cotton is the long and soft thread that gives excellent softness and durability. It is considered suitable for those with sensitive skin and is considered superior to most other types of cotton in terms of quality.


Organic cotton is a natural and environmentally friendly raw material. The difference between conventional and organic cotton is that the latter is grown in a stable ecosystem. Organic fertilizers are applied to the soil, which produces healthy plants that attract fewer pests. Instead of using pesticides or herbicides, the farmers farm fields, hunt insects, grow in crusts, and use beneficial side crops, such as grains, to attract beneficial insects and keep others away.


Linen is made from natural fibers that have been used in clothing for centuries due to the material's unique properties. With use, the material softens and the durability is extremely good, meaning it can last for decades with proper care. Flax also breaks down in nature, which makes the material a good option for those who want to contribute to the protection of the environment.