Fabric & Material




Tencel is a sustainable fibre that is sourced from renewable raw material wood, and produced with environmentally responsible processes. It was first “discovered” by Lenzing. It requires less water than cotton production—industrially farmed cotton can use up to 20 times more water. Tencel also requires less land; a half acre of forestland otherwise unsuitable for farming can produce enough eucalyptus trees without any pesticide or irrigation, to produce a tonne of material.