A vision towards

sostenibilidad responsabilidad con propósito.

ECO Materials

Organic Cotton

Organic cotton is produced and certified to organic agricultural standards. Its produccion sustains soils, ecosystem and people health by using natural processes reather than artificial inputs. It's important to highlight the organic cotton cultivation does not allow the use of toxic chemicals or GMO (Genetically Modified Organism). Instead of, it combines tradition, innovation and science for the sake of the shared enviroment and to promote quality of life and well-being.
Member of: BCI (Better Cotton Initiative)


The new standard in eco-responsible viscose. Derived from certified renewable wood sources using an eco-responsible production process by meeting high environmental standards, LENZING™ ECOVERO™fibers tailor to a sustainable lifestyle, contributing to a cleaner environment.

TENCEL ® (Lyocell)

TENCEL® is the lyocell fiber produced by Lenzing International Group site in Austria. This botanic origin fibre is produced by responsible ecofriendly processes to extract pulp from sustainable origin woods. A new chapter in the fibres story was written when Tencel was invented. TENCEL® textiles are more absorbent than cotton, softer than silk and cooler than linen.


Naia™ acetate responds to the market sustainable fibres demand. It is obtained from pine and eucalyptus wood pulp from responsibly managed forests. It offers great versatility of use and, combined with other responsible fibers, allows the creation of luxurious, comfortable, quick-drying fabrics that are easy to maintain. The manufacturing process has a very low carbon footprint. It is made through a safe closed-loop process where solvents are recycled into the system for reuse with low water consumption.


SEAQUAL™ is a different type of filament that is made by recycling plastic collected from the bottom of the sea. After many months of investment in R&D, it has been possible to develop a 100% recycled polyester filament to obtain sustainable fabrics of the highest quality.


The pioneering technology of REFIBRA™ involves the recycling of a large part of the cotton leftovers, for example: from the production of garments, in addition to wood pulp, where the raw material is transformed to produce new Lyocell TENCEL fibers. ™ virgin to make fabrics and garments. Based on the award-winning and efficient closed-loop production process as standard TENCEL™ Lyocell fiber, REFIBRA™ technology is Lenzing's first step in contributing to the circular economy in the textile industry.

Recycled materials

We find cotton and polyester. Cotton is an extremely resource intensive crop in terms of water, pesticides and insecticides. This means that the use of recycled cotton can lead to significant natural resource savings and reduce pollution from agriculture. Esto significa que el uso de algodón reciclado puede generar importantes ahorros de recursos naturales y reducir la contaminación de la agricultura. Diversion of PET bottles for this process reduces landfill and thus reduces soil contamination and air and water pollution, and requires less energy than virgin polyester.

Our Certificates

BCI® The Better Cotton Initiative

Member 1005793 since February 2019. The BCI exists to improve global cotton production for the people who produce it, for the environment in which it grows, and for the future industry by developing the Better Cotton Initiative as a primarily sustainable product.


Certificate Nº: BVFR7276569

EUROPEAN FLAX® is the qualitative certification of premium European linen fibre for all applications. Encompasses all the employed uses and products with a linen fibre base, as much fashion and home textile. It preserves, highlights and safeguards a uniquely European agriculture and industry, its regional origins and its inherent non-relocatable know-how. A global label that aims to be recognized by the consumer.


It guarantees the safety of the homogeneous human-ecological product, during the duration of the certification, through the analysis of harmful substances in raw, intermediate and final textile products in all manufacturing phases, as well as for the materials and accessories used.


It certifies through a process of entry and verification of a third party, that the chain of custody has been respected during the production process and that the final product contains a precise amount of organic farming material.


It certifies, through a third-party entry and verification process, that the chain of custody has been respected during the production process and that the final product contains a precise amount of recycled fibers.