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Sustainability

We strongly believe that today’s welfare and high standard of living must still leave the world as beautiful and as diverse for future generations.

We Define Sustainability

Sustainability is more than just a word for us. We live it, believe it, think it and are convinced it is the only way forward in the future. We strongly believe that today’s welfare and high standard of living must still leave the world as beautiful and as diverse for future generations. We want our children to see the world, its different peoples, animals and nature in all its beauty and diversity. Let us all help to make this possible.

Organic Cotton

Organic cotton is a great Eco-friendly fabric. It is grown without any pesticides, herbicides and toxic chemicals....
Growing organic fibers is safe for the environment and the people. Since organic cotton is not stripped of its natural wax, when woven together it is seamlessly smooth. This gives the fabric a soft and smooth finish. This fabric is highly moisture absorbent and is gentle on the skin.
Concious Aftercare
  • Machine wash cold
  • Do Not tumble dry
  • Do not soak
  • Do not bleach
  • Warm iron
  • Bamboo

    Bamboo grows 10X more yield than cotton without any pesticides or GMOs....
    The fabric is super soft, silky, and breathable. Clothing made from this fabric last longer and even holds its shape better than other fibers. Bamboo is a smart fabric; it warms you up and cools you down quickly.
    Concious Aftercare
  • Delicate machine wash cold/ hand wash with gentle soap
  • Air or line dry
  • Do Not bleach
  • Warm iron
  • Do not dry clean
  • Peace Silk

    Peace silk is also known as Ahimsa Silk literally meaning non-violence silk. Unlike conventional silk, Peace silk is made from abandoned silk worm cocoons....
    When the moth hatches, it breaks the silk thread that protects the pupa. Artisans have to carefully unwind the thread from the cocoon and weave them together. It is biodegradable and can also be recycled. Silk has temperature regulating properties.
    Concious Aftercare
  • Dry clean
  • Wash separately
  • Cold hand wash
  • Do Not bleach
  • Iron on the reverse
  • Do Not tumble dry
  • Recycled Polyester

    The process of turning PET (polyethylene terephthalate) into recycled polyester requires much less energy than making virgin polyester....
    It is a strong fabric and wrinkle resistant which makes it popular amongest the consumers. This fabric can be recycled numerous times to produce an equally strong fabric. This results in smaller carbon footprints on the Earth.
    Concious Aftercare
  • Cool iron
  • Dry clean
  • Do not bleach
  • Tumble dry on low heat
  • HEMP

    Hemp is considered to be a “super fiber”. It has triple the strength of cotton and is an extremely sturdy fabric. This fabric protects you from the sun with its UV resistance qualities...
    It has carbon negative properties, which, has no effect on the environment. The material is super soft and lightweight. And is ideal for a hot summer day. Hemp fabric can be easily transformed into a beautiful garment.
    Concious Aftercare
  • Hand wash / machine wash cold
  • Warm iron if needed
  • Do not tumble dry
  • Wash dark colors separately
  • Lyocell

    Lyocell is a natural man-made fiber, made from wood cellulose. That is obtained from sustainable tree farms....
    This fabric has a versatile use, it can be used to design various styles of garments (shorts, dresses, shirts, etc) Lyocell, is soft, silky and breathable. It is a highly absorbent material, which is perfect for humid climate. The fabric gives every design a beautiful appearance because of its smooth and soft surface. It is 100% biodegradable and is perfect for you and the environment.
    Concious Aftercare
  • Hand wash/ machine wash at 40
  • Iron on reverse side
  • Do not tumble dry
  • Wash dark colors separately
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    • 100% Organic

    • Less water

    • Non-Violence

    • Eco-Friendly

    • Chemical Free

    • Recycled