The fabric made of Soybean Protein Fiber is -soft, smooth, light
-Dry & Comfortable, moisture absorption is similar to that of cotton fi-ber, but its ventilation is superior.
-has silky luster with perfect drape

Also known as Ingeo, is
-stain resistant
-UV resistant fabric.
-anti-bacterial in nature hence combats odor and sweat.
-dries very quickly
Is obtained through an eco-friendly manufacturing process

Also known as Tencel is,
-odor resistant
-hypoallergenic fabric.
-temperature regulating i.e. keeps you fresh in summers and warm in winters.
-extremely breathable,
-absorbs 50% more moisture than cotton.
It is obtained through an eco-friendly manufacturing process.

-Softer than cotton, texture similar to a blend of silk and cashmere.
-due to the cross-section of fiber, it is filled with micro gaps resulting in better absorption and ventilation.
– Naturally anti-bacterial
-Highly receptive to dyes.
-It is Anti-ultraviolet radiation.

-It is highly strong fiber.
-It is lightweight.
-It has strong moisture absorption quality. It absorbs as well as releases moisture very fast.
-It is biodegradable.
-It can be spun through almost all the methods of spinning including ring spinning, open-end spinning, bast fiber spinning, and semi-worsted spinning among others.

Has excellent resistance to degradation by heat. It is a good conductor of heat. So linen sheet is so cold in the summer season.
Flax fiber is very absorbent.
Absorbency is good. It absorbs moisture and dries more quickly.
Linen is a comfortable fabric.
As the linen fiber is excellent in strength, it also has excellent abrasion resistance.

Milk Fiber was firstly introduced in 1930 in Italy & America to compete for the wool. Made of milk casein Fiber through bio-engineering method with natural health which has passed the international ecological certifi-cation of oeko-tex standard 100.
Cyarn milk protein fiber dewaters and skims milk, and manufactures the protein spinning fluid suitable for the wet spinning process utilizing new bio-engineering technique, and new high-grade textile fiber is made by combining them.

The entire process of fiber extraction, spinning it into yarn and making the fabric is entirely handmade making the process time-consuming. This also limits the quantity of the material produced. Stems of the lotus plants are collected, cut, snapped, and twisted to expose its fibers. These are thin and white filaments around 20 to 30 in number. These thin filaments are rolled into a single thread.

Lotus textile has unique properties: it is naturally soft, light, breathable and almost wrinkle free. As it doesn’t contain any chemical or toxic product, it is probably the most ecological fabric in the world. Further-more, it is spun and woven by hand following ancestral techniques.