Material guide

Learn about the materials we use in our collections
& how to make them last a life time


Cotton is a natural fiber, originating from the cotton plant. It is gentle to the skin and we love using it in our collections for its durability and breathability. Cotton is a breathable quality which has a high level of comfort.

Care instructions:
Follow the wash instructions on the carelabel.
Use a mild detergent.
Give them a gentle stretch to help get them back into shape
Airdry your clothes


Wool is the most common textile in the world, after cotton. It consists of natural fibers which are extracted from animals like sheep and goats. Wool fabrics are durable, resistant to tear and absorb moisture very well. Of all natural fibers, wool is the most stain resistant because it contains lanolin, a natural oil that repels liquids. Wool fabrics are great at regulating temperature, it will keep you warm but remains breathable at all times.

Care instuctions:
Wash at low temperature, preferably by hand
Dry lying flat and store folded
The bove is important to maintain its shape


Our cashmere is sourced primarily in Italy, by a well-known and specialized supplier. Cashmere regulates temperature very well and it has a soft and luxurious feel.

Care instructions:
Always wash at a low temperature, preferably by hand.
Dry laying flat and store folded to keep it's shape.
Just by looking at it, our supplier knows whether its done right.....


Mohair comes from the angora coat, they produce long soft and lightweight fibers with a high lustre and shine. Compared to other types of wool, it has an unique fluffy texture.

Care instructions:
Always wash at a low temperature, preferably by hand.
Dry laying flat and store folded to keep it's shape.


This type of wool comes from the merino sheep. It is one of the finest and softest types. Merino is a high quality product, which like other type of wool, regulates temperature very well.

Care instructions:
Wash at a low temperature, preferably by hand.
Dry laying flat and sore folded to keep it's shape.


Tencel is produced from sustainably sourced wood by environmentally responsible processes. There are two types of certified Tencel fibers.
Tencel is resistant to wrinkling, which makes it a very user friendly quality.

Care instructions:
Cold machine wash, ,max 30 degrees
Use a delicate cycle
Hang to dry
Steam at low temperature


Tencel Lyocell is a versatile fiber which can be combined with a wide range of textile fibers such as cotton, wool and silk. Using Tencel lyocell leads to a quality with great strength, efficient moisture absorption and gentleness to the skin.


Modal is another type of Tencel fiber, known for being exquisitely soft and pleasant to the skin. In a blend with other fibers it significantly improves the softness and comfort of the fabrics.


Viscose was originally developed as a replacement for silk. It is a semi synthetic fiber made from wood pulp. Viscose fabrics are very comfortable, durable and user friendly. It is more sensitive for shrinkage, which makes it important to follow the carelabel instructions. We aim to use certified viscose whenever possible, so we can trace the origin of the fibre.

Lenzing™ comes from trees in Europe, America and south Africa. Ecovero™ viscose from Lenzing™ is a certifies quality that uses less water and has lower emissions compared to the traditional fiber processing. We use this quality in several product groups and throughout the entire collection.  

Care instructions:
Wash at low temperature
Choose a gentle cycle
Hang to dry
Steam at low temperature