Get to know our fabrics
All our fabrics are high quality and 100% sustainable.
100% Organic Cotton
We use organic cotton because it is beneficial for the environment and our health. Cultivated in fields of fertile land and free of pesticides, herbicides, and synthetic chemical fertilizers.
Linen is the oldest textile fiber in the history of mankind. It is a very sustainable natural fiber since it requires low quantities of energy and water to produce. OM’s linen is made without pesticides and is processed without using dangerous or environmentally harmful chemicals. It is a high quality, soft, and biodegradable product.
Hemp is a fabric that provides warmth and softness as well as great durability. It is an extremely versatile fabric and known as the most sustainable fiber since it requires very little water to grow. Hemp crops even give back by returning nutrients to the soil and absorbing carbon dioxide, which contributes to atmospheric greenhouse gas reduction.
Made in a closed-loop process from sustainably grown eucalyptus trees, it also requires minimal water use. Our TENCEL TM is an environmentally responsible fibre from start to finish…
Tencel is the most environmentally friendly cellulosic fiber available today. It is produced exclusively from the wood pulp of eucalyptus trees certified by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC).
It decomposes easily and returns to its natural state. It is a soft fiber with great durability, breathability and allows the body to develop its vital functions normally. It decomposes easily and returns to its natural state. It is a soft fiber with great durability, breathability and allows the body to develop its vital functions normally. It is antistatic, it does not produce the static electricity generated by chemical fibre fabrics, so it is breathable and allows the body to carry out its vital functions normally.
OM´s silk is a natural protein fiber produced free from chemical elements that are harmful to health and the environment.
Furthermore, we use “peace silk”, which is extracted from the cocoons abandoned by the worms, thus respecting the lives of these animals.