Versatile, Sustainable And Beautiful


Hemp has been an inevitable source of fiber for centuries. Hemp was and still is used throughout various industries, thus being an important fabric for humanity.
In some regions, hemp can be grown twice or more per season, increasing the plant's sustainability.
To produce the same amount of fabric, hemp requires a quarter of the water that cotton does. Unlike cotton, hemp can be grown without chemicals, thus not contaminating the local ecosystem and the final hemp product itself. In short, hemp is sustainable.
Biodegradable SolutionNothing lasts forever.Good news for the Earth is that there are fabrics and different solutions that are after production do not contaminate the ecosystem. Hemp is one of them. After hemp clothing is removed from its useful life, its material is biodegradable, leaving individual garments with a minimal ecological footprint throughout their life cycle.