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Eucalyptus (Tencel) has the same benefits as Bamboo. It grows very fast (up to 20 meters in only 6-7 days) and doesn’t need pesticides, insecticides or any other chemicals, such as herbicides or fertilizers.
Bamboo grows very fast (up to 1 meter a day) and reaches its maximum height (up to 35 m) in about eight to ten weeks. Generally, the cultivation of bamboo has no negative effects on the environment.
Cotton is the most widely used textile in clothing today. It is a soft, fluffy staple fibre that grows in a ball of the cotton plant. As soon as the plant matured the ball bursts open in a soft and white wool which could be collected by hand or machine for fabric.
We added a new fibre to our autumn and winter collection 2016: Regenerated wool. Reusing wool to create new textiles is one of the most environmentally friendly methods currently existing.