• Why choose wool ?

    Why choose wool ?

    Considered a luxury fiber, wool is a material of animal origin made up of keratin fibers.

    Here are some characteristics of this natural wonder.

  • Associazione Tessile e Salute

    As an Italian label, the association helps to protect the health of the consumer for the use of numerous textiles. What does it really involve? The association promotes the Made In Italy: it has fought within the European Union to include the country of manufacture on all the labels. It also allows many companies to …

  • Global Organic Textile Standard

    Called GOTS, this standard verifies the entire textile supply chain: “from field to garment”. What does it really involve? All stages are thus checked to enable the consumer to buy responsibly. Because a GOTS-certified garment must contain at least 70% of fibres from certified organisations. The first step concerns the farmers. They have to pay …

  • Responsible wool & mohair standards

    The Responsible Wool & Mohair Standard are two certifications that verify the entire production chain of wool and mohair. As a large part of our winter collection is made up of woollens, this is a real guarantee for us. What does it really involve? These standards ensures that from the beginning to the end of …

  • Environmental Management System 14001

    Managed by the International Organization for Standardization – ISO – the 14001 standard certifies that a company is sustainably managed. What does it really involve? The company must follow a series of standards to certify that its management is environmentally friendly. Every sector of activity is concerned and the goal is to have long term …

  • Oeko-Tex: Confidence in Textile

    Confidence in Textile, a landmark for consumers was set up in 1992. What does it really involve? The label guarantees the absence of products during the production process by sending regular samples to the laboratory. The aim is to guarantee a chemical-free clothes for the health of the consumer, the manufacturer and the environment. Why …

  • Lycra

    Invented in 1958, lycra is still around today. This synthetic fibre is now part of an eco-responsible movement. What does it really involve ? Lycra is now developing into the same material as before with less impact. Indeed, some of the fibres are recycled, from fabric scraps, or plastic bottles. The aim is to continue …

  • Global Recycled and Recycled Claim Standards.

    Managed by Textile Exchange, they are two of the most trusted standards in the textile industry. What does it really involve? The Recycled claim standards, and the Global Recyled, look at the percentage of recycled material within each new material. The main requirement is the complete traceability of each fibre. Why do we choose them? …

  • Loro Piana

    Founded in 1924, Loro Piana is an Italian company, leader in cashmere. What does it really involve ? Since its beginnings, the company has favoured the rarest woollens and has built up a solid reputation. She found “baby cashmere” from China and Mongolia, Merino wool from Australia and New Zealand. The company is known for …

  • Good Cashmere Standard

    Developed by an independent organization, the Good Cashmere Standard aims to improve the welfare of cashmere goats. What does it really involve ? This standard is based on three founding principles: the animal welfare of the Cashmere goats, the support of the farmers for their families and their farms and last but not least the …

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