Quality, ethics and environmental sustainability.
These are the characteristics that I do not give up when choosing the materials I use.
An innovative natural fabric, from sustainable sources and cruelty free.
Piñatex is made from fibers obtained from the waste leaves of the pineapple plant. These leaves are a by-product of the existing pineapple harvest, so the raw material requires no additional environmental resources to produce.
A fabric developed to be a sustainable alternative to both leather and polluting synthetic materials, offering a better choice for a better future.
Cork and Tencel™
Made with a combination of Tencel™, a wood pulp-based fabric, and cork, a natural, renewable material harvested from the bark of the cork oak.
Cork coupled with Tencel™ fabric is the perfect symbiosis between fibers of organic origin, joined together with an Oeko-tex certified adhesive.
Eco-friendly and robust fibre, grown without the use of pesticides or fertilisers. The cultivation of hemp, compared to other textile fibres, requires little water and much less land.
100% natural padding, obtained from the Ceiba pentandra tree. A very soft vegetable fiber similar to cotton, with antibacterial and insulating properties.
Durable, rustproof and nickel free.
Its characteristics make it a particularly suitable material for dog accessories.
Obtained from the recycling of the many plastic bottles that pollute our planet. This thread makes it possible to create resistant seams, giving new life to a resource that would otherwise be waste.
I select waste fabrics from the textile industries, transforming them into unique and original products, ensuring that they do not become waste.