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Our Materials

  • Wool


    Our Alpaca and Wool yarns are spun by farmers in Peru that are committed to sustainability, as well as a deep connection to their local communities. The farmers are also committed to the fair treatment of the animals and the alpaca and wool yarns are cruelty free.

    Alpaca is warmer, stronger, lighter and softer than materials such as cashmere and merino wool. It is known for its luxurious fleece and versatility: it won’t shrink or pill if given correct care, it is hyper allergenic and has water resistant properties.

    By buying an alpaca product, you are directly contributing to the livelihood to the people who depend on exporting this wonderful fibre to survive.

    Andean Wool
    Our wool comes from sheep in the Andean Highlands. It's incredibly soft (the softest we've ever felt!) and there are many beautiful natural colours. All the yarns we use are not processed or dyed before being spun and knit into sweaters in our partner workshop in Peru. 

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  • Linen


    Linen is considered to be the oldest fabric in the world. It is naturally antibacterial and extremely durable, about 2-3 times stronger than cotton. It is machine washable, dries quickly, and gets stronger with wear which results in a long lasting garment.

    Linen has a naturally low environmental impact. The production process requires significantly less water than cotton, and almost all of the flax plant can be used which means there is very little waste of the plant. 

    Our linen is from Lithuania, and is Standard 100 OEKO-TEX® certified.

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  • Organic Cotton

    Organic Cotton

    All our organic cotton is GOTS certified. This certification guarantees the traceability of the organic cotton, as well as the standard of fair treatment to every person involved in the supply chain. Organic cotton is produced in land free of chemical fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides and defoliants; being different from conventional cotton. The organic standards do not allow the use of GMOS.

    All of our cotton is sustainably sourced and is ether Standard 100 OEKO-TEK® certified or Better Cotton (BCI) compliant.

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