Material Guide

COTTON

Cotton is one of the most important natural fibers in the clothing industry today. Shirts, pants or dresses are often made of cotton and benefit from the comfort and versatility of the material.

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MERINO

Merino wool is a special form of new wool and comes from the merino sheep, which is primarily native to New Zealand, Australia, Argentina and South Africa. Under the term ‘new wool’…

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Alpaca

Alpaca wool is one of the finest and most expensive types of wool. This is mainly due to its slight sheen, its silky-soft structure and its pleasant wearing comfort. As the name suggests…

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Kashmir

Cashmere wool is known as one of the highest quality wool types in the clothing industry. It impresses with its cozy warmth and elegant look, especially in winter. The soft and very fine cashmere fibers are extracted from the fur.

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Linen

Linen is one of the most popular natural materials for clothing of all kinds. From its special feel and its pleasant wearing comfort in hot weather to its natural look: for many, linen is a classic summer material…

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Cupro Bemberg™

Cupro is a hybrid fiber made from a waste product from cotton production. It thus has a natural basis, which is then chemically finished. Due to the smooth surface and a round fiber cross-section.

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Viscose

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Lyocell TENCEL™

The terms Lyocell and TENCEL™ refer to the same substance. TENCEL™ is the brand name of the Austrian company Lenzing AG. The fiber is called lyocell. The basic building block of the fabric is wood.

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Mohair

Mohair wool is made from the fur of the Angora goat and is particularly known for its lightness. Most of the wool is produced in South Africa, where the Angora goats live in herds and are shorn twice a year.

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