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MARCH 22-23

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The regenerated fibres

An ecologically responsible fibre in circular economy.

The regenerated fibres

Giving our fabrics softness and comfort

We combine regenerated fibres, such as lyocell, with natural fibres, such as cotton or linen. The roundness of these fibres gives our products a naturally soft and comfortable feel. As soft as silk, regenerated fibres bring fluidity to our fabrics for all seasons.

For a warmer touch and for our winter collections, we mix Tencel-Modal ® with cotton, which gives these fabrics an extreme softness, a natural shine, and a warmer hand. Chosen for their thermoregulatory properties, regenerated fibres are an ally for all seasons.

Natural resources, sensibly used

Regenerated fibres are artificial fibres transformed from plant cellulose into yarn. The resulting fibre is even, soft, and infinitely recyclable.

We use ecologically responsible Tencel® and Modal® fibres, whose cellulose pulp is obtained from wood waste recovery from ecologically managed forests in Europe, in full respect of forest diversification and tree maturity.

The advantages of regenerated fibres

Wood waste recovery

Regenerated fibres are made of cellulose from sawdust residue recovered after wood processing in Europe.

Infinitely recyclable

Used pure, regenerated fibres are infinitely recyclable, following the logic of circular sustainability.

Thermoregulating fabrics

Regenerated fibres are moisture-wicking, keeping the wearer cool in the summer and warm in the winter.

French savoir-faire for almost 200 years