Heirloom colored cottons
Colored cotton grows wild amongst coffee, banana and papaya trees in just a few villages around the world.
Our designs rely on Nature; her rainfall, sunlight and wind affect the texture and colors of our raw materials, making each product beautifully imperfect and unique.
100% rain-fed cotton
The Indigenous farmers we collaborate with practice regenerative agriculture, and grow cotton the same way their ancestors did. Heirloom colored-cotton usually grows in small crops of corn and coffee in Central America, and does not require additional water or pesticides. These ancestral fibers are resilient and 100% rain-fed and therefore have a very minimal impact on the environment. It is hand-harvested, hand-spun and hand-woven. Colors may vary from a harvest to another, and products may show nuances because no two cotton bolls are the exact same tone.