Natural materials

Natural materials are great for the environment as the natural resource can replenish itself generation after generation. After harvesting and sometimes with the help of recurring processes, the resource will grow back by itself over time and can be harvested again. This makes renewable materials one of the most sustainable choices around.

Cotton is one of the most widely used types of natural fibres around the world to produce fabrics. The process starts at the cotton plant, where the soft, fluffy fibres wrap around the seeds. These fibres are collected and are then spun into yarn or thread to create soft, breathable and durable textile fabric.
Cotton fabrics are extremely durable and resistant to abrasion. The production of cotton is inherently non-impactful on the environment, since it comes from a natural fibre and is biodegradable.

Jute is a long, soft and shiny bast fibre made from the jute plant that can be spun into strong threads.
Jute is the name of the plant or fiber used to make burlap, hessian or gunny cloth. After cotton, jute is the second most used natural fibre for textiles in the world and also one of the most affordable ones. Because jute is a completely natural plantbased fibre, it is biodegradable and will leave zero impact on the environment.