Viscose is made from sustainable wood pulp, creating a natural fibre that is both breathable and biodegradable. This material has minimal impact on the environment as the trees are grown organically without pesticides. Growing trees also helps to improve soil quality, prevent soil erosion and retains water. Our viscose fabric uses carefully sourced pulp from trees that come from FSC-certified forests.
The process of producing viscose does involve chemicals, so we ensure that our dyeing and fabric manufacturing units have water treatment plants that treat the processing water before releasing it back into the environment.
Our viscose fabrics are sourced from Birla viscose who use the ‘Closed Loop’ system and adhere to strict environmental policies.
We love viscose because as well as being a biodegradable fibre, it drapes beautifully – making it the perfect addition to our collections.
We love Viscose because
The breathable fibres of viscose will keep you warm and insulated in cold weather, and cool and comfortable in hot weather.
Your viscose garment will last a seriously long time, but when the time finally comes, viscose fibres will naturally decompose in soil.
The wood used to produce the viscose in our products comes from sustainably certified sources. Sustainable forestry certifications (SFC) give us the assurance that the wood we use will protect forests for the future. The trees used are grown organically, without pesticides and without the need for agricultural practises.
Viscose needs washing less frequently than synthetic fibres as it has anti-microbial properties, but when the time comes it is 100% machine washable.
The natural fibres of Viscose are hypo-allergenic, making it the perfect choice for even the most sensitive skin.