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ECONYL® Regenerated Nylon


ECONYL® regenerated nylon is made entirely from pre-and-post-consumer waste that is collected all around the world. The waste is composed mostly of old fishing nets, carpets and plastic remnants. Rather than polluting the earth, these plastics are recycled and transformed into nylon fiber. This is a regenerative process where the plastic is washed, flaked, heated and spun into a fiber. What's incredible is no loss of quality occurs. The result is strong and identical to conventional nylon while being environmentally superior, a legitimate win-win. The end product is also 100% recyclable, creating a closed loop of regeneration so no new nylon is created or ever needed. This amazing zero waste, ECONYL® regenerated nylon yarn is woven into fabric by a company in Italy.

Botanic & Breathable

We use Lenzing certified TENCEL™, a Modal fiber produced from the wood pulp of Eucalyptus trees. Wood and pulp used by the Lenzing Group comes from sustainably managed local plantations on the neighboring island of Java. The fibers are harvested largely by the process of thinning, a technique used in sustainable forestry making use of timber that is unsuitable for high-grade products like furniture. TENCEL™ is produced using a closed-loop solvent-spinning process that recycles water and reuses the solvent at a recovery rate of more than 99%.

TENCEL™ Modal fibers are certified with the internationally recognized EU Ecolabel, an environmental quality label only awarded to products and services which have a significantly lower environmental impact throughout their entire lifecycle. Products awarded the label are independently assessed for compliance with strict ecological and performance criteria. Derived from nature, all TENCEL™ standard fiber types have also been certified by the Belgian certification company Vinçotte as biodegradable and compostable under industrial, home, soil and marine conditions, thus they can fully revert back to nature. This amazing fabric is more absorbent than cotton, softer than silk, and cooler than linen. 

Wood Chips for ECOVERO sustainable fabric production

ECOVERO™ is a certified sustainable, eco-friendly viscose fiber produced by LENZING™.  ECOVERO™ fibers are derived from certified renewable wood sources and sustainably managed forests. The raw materials are converted to threads using an environmentally responsible production process that reduces emissions and water use by 50% compared to traditional viscose production. This figure is calculated using the Higg Materials Sustainability Index (Higg MSI) tools provided by the Sustainable Apparel Coalition. The Higg MSI tools assess impacts of materials from cradle-to-gate for a finished materials (e.g. to the point at which the materials are ready to be assembled into a product).  ECOVERO™ fibers are also certified with the EU Ecolabel, which verifies their sustainability and eco-friendliness.

ECOVERO™ is insanely soft, comfortable, lightweight, breathable, moisture wicking, quick drying, durable, and anti-bacterial. It’s feels luxurious smooth to the touch and it’s resistant to moths and mildew. We have chosen to use ECOVERO™ fabrics not only because they contribute to a cleaner environment but also because they drape and hang well, and have excellent resistance to wrinkling and pilling. These qualities make our clothing easy to live in, and easy to travel in because you can go longer between washes and don't have to worry about ironing.

Our ECOVERO™ fabrics are grown and produced locally in Indoneisa.

Why do we love thee? Let me count the ways.

This unique, botanically based fabric is blended to be smooth, slimming and supportive, it's naturally UV protectant, hypoallergenic, and silky-soft to the touch. It's highly sweat absorbent, breathable & moisture wicking so it keeps you dry, and it's antibacterial properties help to keep you odor free and smelling fresh. 

Bamboo trees regenerate in 55 days and rarely need to be replanted as they miraculously sprout on their own, yielding 10 times the quantity of cotton per acre. They are biodegradable and naturally resistant to insects or infecting pathogens (read: pesticide-free farming :)!). Bamboo requires little irrigation, only 1/3 of the water that it takes to grow cotton, making it the more environmentally friendly choice.

Our bamboo fabrics are made in Indonesia with bamboo grown in China.

Organic cotton from Ekoluxe
Organic Cotton

We use organic cotton because of its reduced environmental impact, positive social benefits, and intrinsically high quality. Organic cotton possesses a softer and more breathable texture than conventional cotton. This makes it more comfortable to wear and more durable over time, reducing the need for frequent replacement.

Organic cotton is grown without the use of synthetic pesticides and fertilizers, which can be harmful to the environment and contribute to soil and water pollution. Organic cotton farming also uses less water and energy compared to conventional cotton farming, which reduces the carbon footprint of production. They focus on building and maintaining healthy soil through practices such as crop rotation, composting, and natural fertilization. This helps to improve the water-holding capacity of the soil and reduce the need for irrigation, which can help to conserve water resources. Organic cotton farming practices are designed to protect the health and well-being of farmers and workers by reducing their exposure to harmful chemicals. This in turn improves the livelihoods of cotton farming communities and promotes social sustainability.

Certifications and transparency are super important to us because they verify information and provide accountability for both our brand, who wants to uphold standards, and for our consumers, who are concerned about the impact of their clothing choices. Our organic cotton is certified by a third-party organization, Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS), which ensures that the cotton meets strict environmental and social criteria throughout the entire supply chain. 


Some of our fabrics contain a small percentage of spandex, elastane, or Lycra (brand name spandex - think Coke vs cola) in addition to the fibers mentioned above. Spandex gives clothing the stretchy quality that we all love and is vital to the wearability and longevity of our designs. Unfortunately, spandex isn't organic, renewable or recycled. We recognize this isn't perfect and are always looking for more sustainable options. At the very least, we counteract the negative environmental impact of this material by purchasing carbon offsets. We don't think this is a solution and are consciously striving to do better. So, stay tuned...we're on it.