Organic cotton is grown in accordance with the standards of organic agriculture and has a production process in which chemicals harmful to nature are excluded.

  • Chemicals and pesticides are not used.
  • Organic cotton farming creates less carbon emissions.
  • Up to 60% less water is consumed compared to conventional cotton cultivation.
  • Pesticides and herbicides are not accidentally or intentionally included in production.
  • Humans and animals are not exposed to chemicals.
  • Waste is recycled and included in production.

LENZING fibers are produced from pulp obtained from renewable wood sources as raw materials.

Lenzing buys trees from forests that are managed responsibly and certified to come from sustainable sources.

The fibers help maintain environmental balance by integrating with nature's cycle. It is made from renewable wood raw material formed by photosynthesis. Certified bio-based fibers are produced in an environmentally friendly production process. Standard fibers are biodegradable and degradable, so they can be completely returned to nature.


Bamboo is one of the most sustainable plants in the world; It grows very quickly and produces 35% more oxygen than similar plants. Unlike traditional cotton, it does not require pesticides, chemical fertilizers or excessive irrigation. Since it can grow again from its own roots, there is no need for replanting each time.

Bamboo, which has almost no environmental impact during its growth, needs various chemicals while being turned into fiber. Although not as intensive as polyester, the use of such chemicals adversely affects bamboo on the road to sustainability.

Recycled Cotton

Recycled cotton fabrics made from recycled cotton and waste fabrics reduce our use of raw cotton and therefore water consumption, CO2 emissions and other impacts related to cotton farming can be significantly reduced as well.

Recycled polyester

Recycled polyester uses plastic bottles and textile waste as raw materials. Thus, it gives a second life to non-biodegradable materials which will otherwise lead to land and marine pollution.

The recycled polyester, which causes much less soil, water and air pollution compared to standard polyester, requires much less energy during its production.


Hemp fabric is a type of textile made using fibers obtained from the stems of the hemp plant.

It can be grown with ¼ less water than cotton and the fiber obtained from hemp is 4 times more durable than cotton fiber and its fiber yield is very high, and hemp does not need pesticides.

It can be produced in the same land for 14 years without any harms to the soil and without decreasing the production amount. This shows the suitability of hemp for organic production.