Recycled goose feathers are sourced from disused items and once collected, washed, sterilised and carefully sorted are reintroduced into the production cycle, thus reducing waste and representing an important strategy for safeguarding animal welfare. This process can be repeated indefinitely in a virtuous circle aimed at creating value in the circular economy chain.
A cotton-like seed fibre similar to cotton that lends elasticity to the padding, kapok is obtained from the fruit of trees belonging to the Bombacaceae family that are widely found in tropical regions. It is completely organic since the plants grow spontaneously in pristine forests and the fibres from the long pods are harvested by hand. The principal feature of the material is its lightness, yet it is equally hypoallergenic, antibacterial, insulating, durable and resistant to moisture.
This is a natural fibre obtained from Cannabis sativa, whose cultivation is organic and ethical, does not require pesticides or herbicides and is also able to regenerate the soil. The resulting yarn is particularly resistant to tearing, deformation and when used in mechanical processing. Lastly, hemp fabrics are widely used for upholstery, offering an interesting texture.