Organic cotton is grown and cultivated in farms with fertile earth, free of pesticides, herbicides and chemical fertilizers, and it’s weaved and produced without toxic chemicals.
Silk like appearance of great softness and comfort
Great perspiration characteristics
Beneficial for the health, skin and planet. Its cultivation and processes are completely natural, which prevent from developing allergic reactions, eczemas and dermatitis that are caused by the chemical coloring.
Respect for health: during cultivation and the production of regular fabrics, the pesticides, herbicides and chemical fertilizers used are absorbed by the skin during contact and they are directly delivered into the blood stream, which transport these to the tissues and organs.
Organic cotton is one of the most useful materials for ethical design, have a look at our collection to see how it looks like. It looks nice but it feels better!
Bamboo is a natural plant, biodegradable and with anti bacterial properties. It’s an extremely sustainable resource; its growth period is very short. It does not need the use of fertilizers nor pesticides.
Protect against the radiations of the sun.
Appearance and touch similar to viscose. Natural sheen similar to silk or cashmere.
Its softness and sheen remain after wash.
Naturally soft fiber with non itching properties for the skin; it’s antiallergenic.
Bamboo is a thermal regulator. It provides warmth during winter and coolness during summer. It’s a breathable and antibacterial fabric.
Linen is a natural, recyclable and sustainable fiber. It’s the most ancient textile fiber in history. It has countless uses due to its resistance and versatility.
It’s a great heat conductor.
It gives a distinct and pleasant feeling of freshness.
It’s healthy and ecological. Linen does not absorb odors, reason why it’s known for being very hygienic.
Tencel® is a natural cellulosic fiber, creating a fabric with excellent moisture absorption. In addition, Tencel has an exceptionally soft hand, and is found to be particularly agreeable to those with skin sensitivities.Tencel shares many properties with other cellulosic fibers such as cotton, linen, ramie and rayon. The environmental press has often heralded lyocell as a new fiber that represents a milestone in the development of environmentally sustainable textiles.
Tencel is made from cellulose found in wood pulp which has been harvested from tree farms. Cellulose is the natural polymer that makes up the living cells of all vegetation. The fiber is produced via an advanced ‘closed loop’ solvent spinning process, with minimal impact on the environment and economical use of energy and water.
It's softness and special touch is perfect for dresess and tops, just unique!
Ecoology bets on recycled fabrics as a way to preserve the environment and give a recycled use to materials such as polyester. Polyester is present in every wardrobe and in Ecoology we present it to you in its most ethical version so that you can enjoy fashion without harming our planet.
This recycled material uses 75% less petroleum than the traditional one and its production consumes less energy and fewer emissions of harmful gases are produced.
During production, the emission of gases is minimized, plastic bottles and industrial materials are re used because they are melted in order to produce the fiber used in garments..
Recycled polyester is waterproof, soft, has high flexibility, and resistance after wearing and high temperatures. It is non toxic and light. With its re usage we contribute to promote a new channel for recycling, by reducing waste in our planet and reducing the dependence of petroleum as a raw material, without scarifying design.