Taking care of the planet is taking care of all of us.
We are firmly committed to being a brand that acts as a gamechanger
against climate change. Our research team continuously monitors
the most innovative sustainable materials, processes and practices within the industry to generate positive changes in the environment.
Recycled cotton saves +2,000 L of water from being wasted and avoids the use of pesticides and pesticides.
This fabric comes from recycling and circular economy process.
Bamboo is a 100% biodegradable fiber, uses 70% less water than traditional cotton, does not use pesticides, is hypoallergenic and replaces viscous ones like rayon, preventing the felling of millions of trees.
The Better Cotton Initiative exists to improve global cotton production for the people who produce it, better for the environment in which it grows and better for the future of the sector.
The TENCEL ™ brand Lyocell and Modal fibers are produced from renewable raw material wood of sustainable origin, manufactured by the company Lenzing AG using an environmentally responsible process. TENCEL ™ is Lenzing's flagship brand for textiles.
Jute is 100% biodegradable, that's why we selected this material to create the bags in which your garment arrives.
The bags are intended to be re-used for your grocery shopping and avoid the use of plastic bags.
We re-use cardboard boxes to make our shipments, in this way we avoid the use of new boxes which represent unnecessary waste.
We recommend that you also re-use the box, together we reduce.
Our #CambiArte program aims to create actions that mitigate the
environmental footprint that we generate through the unavoidable processes that generates an environmental impact.
Our sustainability team calculates how many cubic meters of Co2 our operations generate.
We create reforestation campaigns to eradicate our carbon footprint.
The manufacturing process always carries with it the generation of textile waste.
All the waste is stored for re-use in future projects, extending the useful life of our raw materials.