Quality in every detail

Cotton - Water Absorbent & Naturally Breathable

Cotton fibres are so valuable thanks to the properties that make them pleasant to wear. This is because cotton is breathable, strong and very absorbent. It releases moisture again without causing any cooling due to evaporation. Cotton fabrics feel pleasant against the skin and are also well-suited to people with allergies. The cotton fibres make fabrics very strong and abrasion resistant. This means they are long-lasting, even with frequent washing.

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Cotton (ORGANIC) - Pure organic cotton

Absolutely no chemical pesticides, artificial fertilisers or genetic modification are used in the organic cultivation of cotton. There are therefore no negative impacts on soils and bodies of water or flora and fauna, biodiversity is promoted. Healthier cultivation areas store moisture much more effectively, which significantly reduces water consumption. The fibres of the organic cotton have longer staples. This makes the resulting fabric longer-lasting and more durable. In addition, regional value creation means that the development of local economic communities is strengthened. In short, organic cotton is better for the land, agricultural workers and your well-being.

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Fairtrade Certified Cotton

All of the cotton has been grown by Fairtrade producers and certified and traded according to Fairtrade standards. Fairtrade promotes better working and living conditions for cotton producers as well as environmental protection. The Fairtrade model enables fairer trading conditions and effective regulations to strengthen participating companies and communities. Part of the purchase price of Fairtrade cotton is invested in regional development projects that have a social and ecological, i.e. sustainable, orientation. More info: info.fairtrade.net/sourcing

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Cotton (mainly ORGANIC) - Controlled organic cultivation

Absolutely no chemical pesticides, artificial fertilisers or genetic modification are used in the organic cultivation of cotton. There are therefore no negative impacts on soils and bodies of water or flora and fauna, biodiversity is promoted. Healthier cultivation areas store moisture much more effectively, which significantly reduces water consumption. The fibres of the organic cotton have longer staples. This makes the resulting fabric longer-lasting and more durable. In addition, regional value creation means that the development of local economic communities is strengthened. In short, organic cotton is better for the land, agricultural workers and your well-being.

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Cotton (SEA ISLAND) - The ne plus ultra among the most precious types of cotton

SEA ISLAND cotton has outstanding properties that make it unique among all of the types of cotton. Incredibly strong fibres with a very even length of 36mm, extremely high colour brightness and a degree of reflectance of 73 all make SEA ISLAND cotton much more luxurious, softer and longer-lasting than any other type of cotton. Discovered in the 18th century in the West Indies, SEA ISLAND cotton remains one of the world’s most precious and rarest fabrics.

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Elastane - Particularly comfortable with every movement

Elastane has a high degree of flexibility. Fibres made from this material always spring back into their original condition. Woven fabrics with elastane can be identified by the term “stretch”. It impresses with elasticity and a good ability to keep its shape, while clothing made with elastane also creases much less.

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Elastomultiester - Invisible flexibility and a high level of comfort

This elastic fibre enhances many high-quality materials. Its molecular structure permanently ensures that the stretched material returns to its original shape. Fabrics with elastomultiester (EME) stand out with their high tensile strength, outstanding dimensional stability, crease resistance and their extraordinary ability to keep their shape. The clothing is also easy to look after and iron.

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Hemp - Highly Durable & Sustainable Fabric

Clothing made from hemp fibres are particularly pleasant to wear against the skin, especially in summer. This is because the fibres are naturally antistatic. The specific microelectronic charge of the material corresponds to the charge of our skin. The hemp fibres also help to regulate temperature. They quickly absorb moisture – and release it again just as quickly. The antimicrobial properties of hemp inhibit odour formation. The garments therefore do not need to be washed so often. Hemp is among the plants that have a special fibre length. The long fibres have a natural shine and are robust, virtually indestructible and exceptionally strong. The strength of the fibres actually increases with moisture. This versatility of hemp fibres makes them so valuable in the textile sector. They also have an outstanding life cycle assessment, which makes hemp fibres the most environmentally-friendly fibres.

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Hemp (ORGANIC) - Particularly long-lasting and sustainable natural fibres

Clothing made from hemp fibres are particularly pleasant to wear against the skin, especially in summer. This is because the fibres are naturally antistatic. The specific microelectronic charge of the material corresponds to the charge of our skin. The hemp fibres also help to regulate temperature. They quickly absorb moisture – and release it again just as quickly. The antimicrobial properties of hemp inhibit odour formation. The garments therefore do not need to be washed so often. Hemp is among the plants that have a special fibre length. The long fibres have a natural shine and are robust, virtually indestructible and exceptionally strong. The strength of the fibres actually increases with moisture. This versatility of hemp fibres makes them so valuable in the textile sector. They also have an outstanding life cycle assessment, which makes hemp fibres the most environmentally-friendly fibres.

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Kapok - Heat controlling and ecologically sustainable

Kapok fibre is considered the world’s lightest natural textile fibre. It is six times lighter than cotton. People have appreciated the properties of kapok fibre for over a hundred years. Kapok is breathable and offers thermal insulation. As a hollow fibre, it keeps you cool in summer and warm in winter. Kapok trees are not grown in plantations or monocultures. This makes kapok a naturally renewable raw material without any additional irrigation or the use of fertilisers or sprays. Kapok forms fruit capsules around 20 cm long in which all of the seeds are embedded in silky soft fruit hairs. The fruit hairs are also called plant down. The ripe capsules are harvested by hand and processed in their natural form. The use of the wood and fibre of trees growing in the wild is an important utilisation method and source of income for farmers and their families.

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Cashmere - Luxurious & Warm Naturally

Cashmere wool consists of the coat of the cashmere goat and has a finer and lighter structure than sheep’s wool. It is up to six times warmer than sheep’s wool, making it especially cosy in the winter months! Its natural properties make this luxurious fabric so unique. Cashmere wicks moisture exceptionally well, which makes it crease less. It also repels dirt and odours. As it is particularly strong, it can easily be washed at 40 degrees.

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Leather - A unique natural product

Leather is a high-quality natural product and is almost as old as humanity itself. It is one of the most versatile and widely-used materials of all. Leather gains its special properties during tanning, for which there are over 300 different methods. Manufacturing is a very lengthy process consisting of many individual steps. In short, leather has the following positive properties that make it unique: fastness to water droplets, friction resistance, permeability or absorption of water vapour, heat resistance, fastness to light, longevity. Those who use high-quality leather and regularly maintain its surface will get to enjoy it for many years to come.

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Linen - Natural Heat & Moisture Control

Linen has already been worked into fabrics for over 6000 years. It is not only anti-static, antibacterial and dirt-repellent. It is even two to three times stronger than cotton and dries much faster. Thanks to its structure, linen dissipates heat and wicks moisture – making it the ideal material for lightweight summer clothing.

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Linen (ORGANIC) - Naturally regulates heat and moisture

Linen has already been worked into fabrics for over 6000 years. It is not only anti-static, antibacterial and dirt-repellent. It is even two to three times stronger than cotton and dries much faster. Thanks to its structure, linen dissipates heat and wicks moisture – making it the ideal material for lightweight summer clothing.

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Lyocell (Tencel™) - Sustainably Made & Crease Resistant

The artificial fibre lyocell, which is marketed under the brand name Tencel™, consists of cellulose. The material is obtained from sustainable forest management. The environmentally-friendly fabric has a pleasant feel and offers many advantages: Excellent moisture management, odour-neutralising effect and greater breathability than cotton. Its cell structure helps it regulate temperature. The fibres do not crease, it is strong, colourfast and long-lasting – completely without chemicals. It is also skin-compatible, hypoallergenic and is completely biodegradable. Tencel™ bears the EU Ecolabel.

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Modal - Based on renewable raw materials

Modal is particularly soft and flowing, elastic and breathable, as well as dimensionally stable and ideal for people with allergies. The fibre is acquired from renewable beech wood. However, its manufacture requires large quantities of energy and chemicals. As a result, we prefer the much more environmentally friendly alternative Lyocell (Tencel™) wherever possible.

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Polyamide - High performance

This high-quality artificial fibre is above all characterised by its high level of resilience. Fabrics made from polyamide are highly elastic, particularly dimensionally stable and water resistant, as well as being very strong and abrasion resistant.

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Polyamide (recycled) - High performance

This high-quality artificial fibre is above all characterised by its high level of resilience. Fabrics made from polyamide are highly elastic, particularly dimensionally stable and water resistant, as well as being very strong and abrasion resistant. The polyamide thread that we use is made from 100% recycled resources and so protects the environment.

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Polyester - Strong and holds its shape particularly well

Polyester is a synthetic fibre that we use in combination with natural fibres to make them strong and help them keep their shape. Polyester does not crease and is easy to care for. It dries quickly and shows hardly any signs of wear. Clothing that contains polyester is long-lasting and the colours remain intense for a particularly long time.

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COOLMAX® EcoMade

COOLMAX® EcoMade is made from 100% recycled resources and thus protects the environment. The COOLMAX® system is known for its effective moisture management with optimum breathability. The moisture is quickly transported to the outside, where it can evaporate. This evaporative effect allows the fabric to dry very quickly. It thus stays cool and is also soft, lightweight and comfortable.

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THERMOLITE® EcoMade

THERMOLITE® EcoMade is made from 100% recycled resources and thus protects the environment. The THERMOLITE® system offers heat and comfort with a low weight – even when wet! Hollow fibres trap the air to ensure very effective insulation. THERMOLITE® also dries much faster than other artificial fibre or cotton materials. This means you will feel nice and warm, even on cold days.

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FRESCURA™

FRESCURA™ has proven to be extremely effective at combating viruses, bacteria and fungi in clinical trials. The release of silver ions means that FRESCURA™ threads keep your clothing germ- and odour-free.

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Polyester (mainly recycled) - Strong and holds its shape particularly well

Polyester is a synthetic fibre that we use in combination with natural fibres to make them strong and help them keep their shape. Polyester does not crease and is easy to care for. It dries quickly and shows hardly any signs of wear. Clothing that contains polyester is thus long-lasting and the colours remain intense for a particularly long time. The polyester thread that we use is made from recycled resources and so protects the environment.

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Polyester (recycled) - Strong and holds its shape particularly well

Polyester is a synthetic fibre that we use in combination with natural fibres to make them strong and help them keep their shape. Polyester does not crease and is easy to care for. It dries quickly and shows hardly any signs of wear. Clothing that contains polyester is long-lasting and the colours remain intense for a particularly long time. The polyester thread that we use is made from recycled resources and so protects the environment.

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Wool - Thermal Control Using Natural Fibres

Wool is a versatile natural product with many properties that make it comfortable to wear. It regulates temperature – so it warms in winter and cools in summer. Woollen clothing offers excellent moisture management. Sheep’s wool does not build up a static charge, it detoxifies indoor air and helps the skin to breathe. It also inhibits odours, repels dirt and is crease-resistant – making it particularly easy to care for. The better the quality and processing, the more pleasant and less scratchy the material is.

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New Wool (ORGANIC) - Regulates temperature due to natural fibres

Wool is a versatile natural product with many properties that make it comfortable to wear. It regulates temperature – so it warms in winter and cools in summer. Woollen clothing offers excellent moisture management. Sheep’s wool does not build up a static charge, it detoxifies indoor air and helps the skin to breathe. It also inhibits odours, repels dirt and is crease-resistant – making it particularly easy to care for. The better the quality and processing, the more pleasant and less scratchy the material is.

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Silk - Luxurious & Cooling Naturally

Silk is sheer luxury – light and airy, a material from which dream dresses are made, with incomparable smoothness. No other fibre can compare to silk in terms of comfort. It is sophisticated and cool, rarely creases and also insulates exceptionally well. The natural fibre shimmers beautifully and absorbs dyes particularly well. This allows for bold, vibrant colours. Silk is also the strongest known natural fibre in the world. If it is worked with cotton, the fabric can be washed easily at home.

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Viscose - Based on renewable raw materials

Viscose is versatile and simple, it visibly resembles similar to cotton and also has comparable properties. Viscose is easy to care for and breathable, pleasant against your skin and absorbs moisture. The fibre is acquired from the renewable raw material cellulose, i.e. wood. However, its manufacture requires large quantities of energy and chemicals. As a result, we prefer the much more environmentally friendly alternative Lyocell (Tencel™) wherever possible.

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