Our imprint on the world matters. We are always aiming to increase our offer of eco-friendly fabrics. Most of the fabrics we use are derived from natural fibres that biodegrade much faster without releasing harmful chemicals into the environment.



Known in the fashion world for its silk-like feel and soft drape, eco-friendly lyocell is a fibre made from wood pulp from sustainable tree farms.

It's 100% biodegradable, plus the closed-loop process used in the manufacturing of lyocell means that the water used is recycled and no harmful by-products are let into the environment.
Merino Wool


Merino wool, which comes from the coat of a specific breed of sheep found in Australia and New Zealand, is biodegradable and the waste from its manufacturing process is very limited.

We only source ours from farms practicing safe sheep husbandry methods and only use non-mulesed wool. With its natural elasticity, garments made with merino wool retain their natural shape wash after wash.


The majority of our leather is Portuguese leather, and the other small percentage is French leather.

All our leather is a by-product.


Viscose is a naturally occurring man-made fibre created from cellulose or wood pulp. We ensure the cellulose used for our garments is from sustainable and certified sources.

Wonderfully versatile, viscose is our fabric of choice due to its excellent colour retention and breathable properties.

We are planning to add organic cotton, recycled polyester and plenty more lyocell garments. We're constantly searching for more premium fabrics that are eco-friendly.