Linen is a natural fiber of vegetable origin, whose cultivation process is known as being ecological due to the fact that it does not need chemical fertilizers and requires a low amount of water in the process. Through its use it is possible to obtain elegant, sophisticated and highly durable products. These items are also characterized by their smoothness and great hand feeling, properties that are improved through the use and washing of the products. In addition, linen has hypoallergenic and thermoregulatory characteristics, essential to ensure the customer’s comfort.
Cotton fiber, used for over 7 millennia in the textile industry, still plays a fundamental role today, being used in a wide variety of products. This natural fiber allows for extremely smooth and durable products to be obtained, and its hypoallergenic and breathable properties are essential for attributing the desired comfort to the products.
Recently, due to environmental awareness in our society, organic cotton emerged, whose production process is much more sustainable than conventional cotton, requiring less water, insecticides and pesticides, while maintaining its original fiber quality.
Hemp is an extremely versatile natural fiber, from which it is possible to create a wide range of products, in which durability and comfort prevail. Furthermore, this fiber gives the products antibacterial, hypoallergenic and thermoregulatory properties, allowing for adequate temperature control to ensure the customer’s comfort. Its cultivation is considered eco-friendly because, in addition to requiring a reduced amount of water compared to other commonly used fibers and not requiring the use of chemical additives, the hemp plant is also able to clean and revitalize cultivated soils.
TENCEL™ Lyocell fibers are extracted from sustainably grown wood using a unique closed loop system which recovers and reuses the solvents used, minimizing the environmental impact of production. Unique physical properties lead to their high tenacity profile, efficient moisture management and gentleness to skin.
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The Bamboo fiber is characterized as being artificial and of cellulosic origin. It is considered to be of an increasing importance compared to other commonly used raw materials, deriving its interest from the fact that it does not need chemicals in its cultivation, as well as the high rapid growth of the plant, enabling its continuous reforestation.
The use of bamboo fiber allows the creation of breathable, thermoregulating and antibacterial products, without ever neglecting the desired softness and comfort.