Image by Pineapple Supply Co.


Made from cellulose fibers extracted from pineapple leaves, PLA (polylatic acid), and petroleum-based resin.

Image by Amos Bar-Zeev

Grape Leather

Made from the stalks, skins and pips of the grapes. Transforms a waste into a value-added product, without using toxic pollutants and without wasting water.

Image by Ashim D’Silva

Cactus Leather

Nopal cactus leaves transformed into organic, all-natural, cruelty-free material. A material that is partially biodegradable, soft and durable.

Image by Brian Yurasits

Recycled PET

Plastic bottles from the ocean. A material that is characterized by its strong and lightweight nature

Image by Amber Martin

Organic Cotton

Grown from natural (non-genetically modified) seeds and without the use of pesticides. Is irrigated using 80% rainwater, making it much less of a drain on energy and resources. 

Image by Teanna Morgan

Hemp Fabric

A lynen-type fabric, thus is processed into hemp fibers, using organic chemicals that are covered under the Oeko-Tex Standard 100 certification and are 100% recyclable. 

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