We source organic/natural or recycled fabrics for all our garments, to minimize our environmental impact.

Our goal is to provide accessible choices for a life in harmony with nature. Experience the difference these soft, breathable and silky smooth materials feel against your skin.

Lenzing™ Plant Viscose

Our Lenzing Plant Viscose garments are made from eco-friendly wood pulp, sourced from responsibly managed forests. Lenzing's commitment to a reduced carbon footprint, responsible sourcing, and a closed-loop production process aligns perfectly with our values. If you love comfort and flexibility then you will love the pieces made from our signature fabric.

Sourcing: Responsibly managed forests in Austria, the Czech Republic, France, Germany, Canada and close to home in Indonesia

Sustainability: ★★★★★

Feel: Silky smooth, stretchy, soft and breathable on the skin.

Washing Instructions: Gentle cycle, cold water, mild detergent, and air dry.


Our new season Asana collection uses ECOVERO™ viscose fibers. This innovative fabric is made from sustainably sourced wood pulp and is certified by the EU Ecolabel for its environmentally conscious production process. This amazing new fabric is soft, breathable, and lightweight, providing maximum comfort and stretch for all your asana based yoga and movement activities.

Sourcing: FSC or PEFC certified sustainable wood pulp sources.

Sustainability: ★★★★★

Feel: Soft, smooth, and gentle on the skin.

Washing Instructions: Machine wash cold, gentle cycle, mild detergent, and air dry.

Organic Bamboo (OEKO-TEX certified)

Our organic bamboo collection brings a sustainable and eco-friendly touch to your yoga wardrobe. As an OEKO-TEX certified material, our organic bamboo ensures the highest standards of safety and is free from harmful substances.

Sourcing: Our Organic Bamboo is Certified OEKO-TEX, ensuring that the fabric is free of harmful chemicals and does not harm the environment or the people involved in its production. Every component of the product, from the fabric to the thread and accessories, has been rigorously tested against a list of up to 350 toxic chemicals.

Sustainability: ★★★★★

Feel: Incredibly soft, moisture-wicking, and hypoallergenic.

Washing Instructions: Machine wash cold, gentle cycle, mild detergent, and air dry.


Some of our favourite and OG pieces are made from the amazing TENCEL™ material, a fabric made from responsibly sourced wood pulp. TENCEL™ is produced using a closed-loop production process that minimizes waste and reduces the environmental impact of clothing production.

Not only is TENCEL™ eco-friendly, it's also incredibly soft, breathable, and durable, making it the perfect choice for yoga wear. The fabric is moisture-wicking, keeping you cool and dry during even the most intense workouts, and it's gentle on the skin, making it ideal for sensitive skin.

Sourcing: Responsibly managed forests.

Sustainability: ★★★★★

Feel: Smooth, soft, and luxurious.

Washing Instructions: Machine wash cold, gentle cycle, mild detergent, and air dry.

Lenzing™ Modal

We love the gentle touch of our Lenzing Modal garments. Made from sustainably harvested beech trees, this versatile material is not only incredibly soft, but also environmentally friendly. Lenzing Modal is produced using an eco-friendly process that minimises waste and reduces the environmental impact of clothing production.

Sourcing: Sustainably managed European beech forests.

Sustainability: ★★★★★

Feel: Soft, lightweight, and breathable.

Washing Instructions: Machine wash cold, gentle cycle, mild detergent, and tumble dry low or air dry.

Organic Cotton

Our GOTS-certified organic cotton garments are a sustainable and ethical choice for those who care about the environment and the wellbeing of the people who make their clothes. Unlike conventional cotton, which is often grown using harmful chemicals and pesticides, our organic cotton is grown using natural rainwater and without the use of toxic chemicals.

Sourcing: GOTS-certified farms with rainwater irrigation and chemical-free cultivation.
GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) is the worldwide leading textile processing standard for organic fibres, including ecological and social criteria, backed up by independent certification of the entire textile supply chain

Sustainability: ★★★★★

Feel: Soft, breathable, and gentle on the skin.

Washing Instructions: Machine wash cold, gentle cycle, mild detergent, and tumble dry low or air dry.

100% Linen

Our linen, a natural and sustainable fiber is made from the flax plant, which requires minimal water and fertilizer in its farming process. Our linen is a durable and biodegradable fiber, making it a long-lasting and environmentally-friendly choice for our summery clothing collections.

With each wear, our linen garments become even more lovely, thanks to their unique properties. The fabric is highly breathable and moisture-wicking, helping to keep you cool and comfortable during warmer weather. Linen is also highly absorbent, making it perfect for summer dresses and other lightweight clothing.

Sourcing: European Linen, from France or Belgium.

Sustainability: ★★★★

Feel: Light, crisp, and breathable.

Washing Instructions: Hand or machine wash cold, gentle cycle, mild detergent, and air dry.


For our annual swimwear collection, we are committed to using only Recycled Lycras that are made from ECONYL® Regenerated Nylon or REPREVE® regenerated fibers. We carefully select a mixture of both materials for the outer fabric and inner lining, depending on the collection. Both materials are derived from 100% recycled waste, with ECONYL® being sourced from abandoned fishing nets, industrial plastics, and old carpets, while REPREVE® is made from plastic bottles.

Sourcing: Italy and Hong Kong, 100% recycled nylon waste and plastic bottles.

Sustainability: ★★★★

Feel: Smooth, comfortable, and stretchy.

Washing Instructions: Hand wash cold, mild detergent, and air dry. Avoid contact with chlorine, sun creams, and oils.

Leftover Acrylic

Stay warm and comfortable while supporting sustainability with our repurposed knitwear, made from rescued Leftover Acrylic. We source this material from different Indonesian factories, where it is rescued from becoming waste and repurposed into beautiful knitwear. We opt to use this form of knit rather than wool to stay true to our decision not to use animal-based fibres in our collections. This process to rescue yarn is not easy and is done completely by hand, so knowing that your knit has gone through a considered journey while also re-purposing yarn destined for landfill will keep you warm inside and out. 

Sourcing: Unused deadstock acrylic from Indonesian factories.

Sustainability: ★★★

Feel: Soft, warm, and cozy.

Washing Instructions: Does not need frequent washing, when needed you can spot clean with a damp cloth, or air dry. We recommend using a Guppyfriend or a filter to catch any microfibres released during washing.


We absolutely do NOT use PFA chemicals or harmful substances in our clothing. We take great pride in crafting our products with natural, Earth-friendly materials like organic cotton, certified Lenzing materials and natural plant or GOTS certified low impact dyes.

Each batch of material is completely unique, and as carefully as we try to have consistency throughout our naturally dyed pieces, it’s ultimately impossible to make the colours exactly the same each time. Temperature, time of season, life stage of the plants, humidity and human workmanship all play a part in the eventual colour of the garment. The unique piece you are left with is the result of many natural factors

Organic fabrics are a good choice for people with sensitive skin or allergies, as they are made without the use of harsh chemicals or synthetic materials that can irritate the skin. Organic fabrics are also typically hypoallergenic, meaning they are less likely to cause an allergic reaction.

However, it is important to note that some people may be sensitive to the natural dyes or fibers used in certain organic fabrics. If you have sensitive skin or allergies, it is a good idea to test a small patch of fabric against your skin before wearing it.