Our fabrics

COTTON (composition: 100% cotton)

Cotton is the most widely used natural fabric for apparel manufacturing across the world. Being a natural fibre, cotton is a renewable resource and is biodegradable. Cotton is a soft, absorbent and breathable material, making it the perfect fibre for clothing worn close to the skin.


VISCOSE MODAL (composition: 100% viscose)

Viscose Modal fabric is a type of Viscose that eliminates some of the most wasteful or harmful aspects of the regular Viscose production process. Viscose Modal is revolutionising the fashion industry with its lightweight, stretchy, and breathable nature that takes beech tree pulp and turns it into an eco-conscious, durable option for clothing. We use two different types of Viscose fabric in our production, both types of fabrics are differentiated by their thread count: Viscose 30's and Viscose 40's. 


COTTON MODAL (composition: 70% viscose modal, 30% cotton)

This fabric is made by blending Viscose Modal and Cotton fibres. Viscose Modal is regenerated cellulosic fibre manufactured from wood pulp. It is naturally soft, smooth and fluid. The mix with cotton - a natural fibre - makes breathable clothes that move softly on the skin. 


TENCEL (composition: 100% tencel lyocell)

Tencel fibres are produced by environmentally responsible processes from the sustainably sourced natural raw material wood. Tencel fibres can offer a range of features including botanic origin, sustainable production, gentleness of skin, long-lasting softness, silky smoothness, enhanced breathability, color retention and biodegradability.


LINEN BLEND (composition: 70% viscose, 30% linen)

Our Linen Blend fabric is made from weaving a combination of Viscose and Linen fibres. Linen is known to be the world’s strongest natural fibre, which contributes greatly to the longevity of garments. When woven together with viscose, the result is a softer fabric that feels luxurious and smooth on the skin.


How should I wash my shirt?

Our shirts are made to be washed in cold water - less than 20’C - either by hand or on a gentle machine cycle with low spin. Ironing your shirt is fine and will make it extra smooth.