Ramie, or Boemeria, is a genus of plants in the nettle family. Firstly, the fiber has a shine that is not lost, unlike silk, under the influence of sunlight. Secondly, the material is very lightweight, which protects from fatigue and makes clothes extremely practical. And of course, comfortable sensations are provided with 100% naturalness, because the material “breathes”.
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Ramie fibers come from the stem of a nettle plant called China grass (Boehmeria nivea). The fiber has a good durability and is more durable than cotton. The fibres are fine, long and have a beautiful soft glow about them.


Linen is very strong and absorbent, and dries faster than cotton. Because of these properties, linen is comfortable to wear in hot weather and is valued for use in garments. Linen textiles appear to be some of the oldest in the world.


Hemp fiber possesses properties similar to other bast fibers (flax, kenaf, jute and ramie) and excels in fiber length, strength, durability, absorbency, antimildew, antimicrobial properties.

Organic Cotton

Organic cotton is generally defined as cotton that is grown organically in subtropical countries from non-genetically modified plants, and without the use of any synthetic agricultural chemicals such as fertilizers or pesticides.

Why we chose eco-friendly fabrics?

In many ways, natural fabrics are better for the environment. Natural fibres are often touted as ecofriendly alternatives to the chemically-intensive procedures involved in synthetic fabric production. For example, the manufacture of synthetic fibers like polyester uses exorbitant amounts of energy and crude oil, which release harmful emissions like volatile organic compounds, particulate matter, and acid gases like hydrogen chloride. Polyester and nylon are both made from petrochemicals, meaning they are inherently unsustainable. Nylon manufacture emits large amounts of the greenhouse gas nitrous oxide. Just one pound of nitrous oxide has a 300x larger impact than carbon dioxide on global warming.

Cotton is a thirsty crop which grows in arid conditions. It can take 2,700 litres of water to make a single cotton shirt!

While few studies have been conducted to directly link chemicals in clothing to human health issues, the chemicals often found in garments (or used in their production) have been linked to neurotoxicity, liver, kidney and lung disorders, cancer and more. For example, clothes that are marketed as wrinkle-resistant are often made with formaldehyde and have been linked with eye and nose irritation, and allergic reactions on people’s skin.

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