Our Fabrics

Explore our extensive collection of exquisite, organic fabrics – a testament to quality and sustainability. From luxuriously soft cotton to eco-friendly hemp and bamboo, our diverse range offers the perfect blend of elegance and conscious living.

Organic Cotton

Indulge in the epitome of eco-luxury with our high-quality organic cotton fabric. Sourced from sustainable cultivation methods, this exquisite fabric embraces a commitment to Earth-friendly practices.

Our organic cotton is a testament to responsible farming that is completely free from the influence of harsh chemicals and pesticides. Our farmers employ natural methods, fostering a harmonious relationship with beneficial insects to ward off pests effectively.

Through delicate hand-weeding processes, each fiber is meticulously nurtured to its fullest potential. The result of this labor-intensive approach is a fabric that stands out for its exceptional softness and unparalleled comfort.

Organic Hemp

Hemp stands as a fertile crop, boasting impressive yields. It plays a significant role in soil rejuvenation while demanding notably lower water consumption when compared to alternative plant-derived textiles.

It absorbs carbon dioxide present in the atmosphere. Perhaps, this is the reason why it is commonly known as "carbon-negative raw material."

Both a botanical wonder and a textile gem, hemp offers many advantages. Transformed into the fabric, it becomes a shield against the sun's rays and harbors natural antimicrobial properties. Though its production may incur higher costs, the fabric's exceptional benefits and enduring quality render it a sought-after choice for apparel.


Though linen is produced from a flax plant that doesn't make a high yield, it is still one of the preferred fabric choices for clothing and sheets. It is almost identical to organic hemp, but they differ in terms of sustainability. 

This fabric is designed using plant fibers that have excellent moisture-absorbing properties. This ability to absorb water or moisture results from high amounts of pectins responsible for holding the fibers together. That’s why this fabric is commonly used for summer clothing. 

Moreover, this linen is often used in manufacturing household pieces, for example- curtains, bedding, napkins or towels, etc. Its premium quality makes it the ideal fabric choice for making industrial or upholstery pieces. It's a highly durable fabric that will last for a long time.

Organic Bamboo

Bamboo is well-known for providing food and wood. As it's a sustainable plant, it offers exceptional quality fabric also. There is no need for plant destruction or replanting to harvest this plant.

Like hemp plants, it is also known to absorb carbon dioxide present in the air. There is a scientific fact that it can absorb more carbon dioxide than trees.

It's best to look for raw bamboo as it's organic. You can avoid choosing a plasticized fabric that is a combination of rayon and discos.

Organic Cork

Cork is sourced from Quercus super trees in intervals of 9 to 12 years. It's done after this interval gap to support the longevity of trees. The regrowth of its bark enables the trees to absorb significant amounts of carbon dioxide efficiently.

Starting from the drying process and extending to the reintroduction of water for fashion usability, every step of this journey exemplifies our commitment to sustainable and innovative practices. 

Organic Aloe Fabric

Aloe fabric is designed using 100% biodegradable and recyclable aloe plant fibers. This fabric is packed with exceptional moisture management properties. When compared to cotton fabric, it is a highly breathable fabric.

The fabric's cells facilitate moisture evaporation, dissipating heat during warmer days while adeptly retaining warmth during cooler temperatures.

Most commonly, these fabrics are used to manufacture stockings, undergarments, baby's clothing, and much more.

Banana tree fibers

Utilizing fibers from banana trees, a marvelous natural fabric is crafted – one that boasts both biodegradability and recyclability. These fibers have been used for centuries to manufacture tablecloths, sarees, kimonos, etc. The end clothing product possesses water-repellant, lightweight, hypo-allergenic, bright, or sturdy properties.

These days, an array of items, including clothing, purses, tablecloths, and beyond, are fashioned from this authentically organic and ethically sourced material. The fibers undergo meticulous hand-gathering, spinning, and weaving processes. We do not use any chemicals while growing or producing this fabric.

Care tips for these organic fabrics.


  • Hand wash or wash gently using cold water only. Avoid prolonged periods of washing.
  • Always dry flat these fabrics.


  • Do not bleach.
  • When ironing, do not use temperatures more than 150°C.
  • Never dry clean.