All of our fibres are grown and manufactured in our parent-company, Hemp Fortex's, Chinese factories. Our factories are powered with sustainable solar energy and are members of the Fair Wear Foundation, ensuring excellent working conditions.

Hemp: with such a wealth of benefits, this ancient fibre is surely the future of fashion.

Our unique variety is the bast hemp plant, cultivated in the mountains of Northern China; comfortable, breathable, and cool to the touch. It is a luxurious textile that can be woven to be soft and fine or thick and durable. It is one of the strongest, natural fibres and its antibacterial properties as well as its resistance to UV rays make it ideal for athletic wear and enduring garments and accessories.

 

Organic Cotton: cotton has many benefits — comfort, durability, affordability — yet its environmental impact is great.

Conventional cotton growth releases more toxins into our oceans than any other crop. It’s for these reasons that choosing organic cotton makes sense. Grown without the use of harmful chemicals or pesticides, our organic cotton keeps our oceans clean, eliminates the allergens found in conventionally grown cotton, and provides our consumers with not only soft and high quality fabric but peace of mind when it comes to their environmental footprint.

 

Recycled PET: performance fibre that is both strong but soft, our Recycled PET is a guarantee easy-care fabric.

Breathable on the skin, this textile wicks away moisture from the skin and promises the wearer all-day comfort. Furthermore, using Recycled PET cuts down our dependence on petroleum-driven fabrics and reduces landfill by using recycled plastics and water bottles. Even better, textiles created from Recycled PET can be continuously recycled with no degradation of quality.

 

TENCEL: made from the dissolved pulp of sustainable wood, TENCEL™ is a high flexibility fabric that can simulate a variety of textures from silk to denim.

TENCEL™ is also manufactured with the highest grade of sustainability in mind, using a closed loop production process, high resource efficiency, recycling process water, and reusing solvent at a recovery rate of more than 99%. Consumers receive both a long-lasting and opulent textile, but also a textile that does not have a negative impact on the environment.

 

Yak: yak fibre has been used for over a thousand years in particular parts of Asia and Mongolia to make luxurious but dependable textiles.

Soft and fine, it’s warmth and exotic nature make it an excellent alternative to cashmere. Found at high altitudes, foraging on scrub rather than grazing, the yak is a minimal land use animal and thus its diet doesn’t contribute to deforestation. It’s recent popularity in the contemporary garment industry reflects the markets desire for more sustainable, high-end fabrics.