Eco Friendly

Eco Friendly #goagoacares

#goagoacares is the concept from which projects, processes and circular actions are developed aimed at reducing the environmental impact of products, but also at improving the quality of life in the environments in which we work and the environment that surrounds us.

It is a conscious choice of materials and fibers but also the reuse of materials; an important contribution to the sustainability strategy to give a new style to unique fashion items.

We create our garments with love, commitment and respect.

The same care we have for people and the world around us. For this reason we are working to reduce the impact of clothing production on the planet.

Experimentation and research guide us in our choices, for this reason we are looking for natural and organic fibers from controlled and certified sources to offer you a natural and ecological alternative.

What fibers do we use?

The favorite fabrics are natural. Respect for life begins with the choice of materials that care for the environment and the materials with which we make our garments.

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Bamboo

Bamboo is a plant rich in cellulose, it grows as a weed all over the world. It has a rapid growth which in the best conditions reaches up to 1 meter per day.
It does not require human intervention or the use of pesticides or fertilizers.
PTo avoid deforestation, the harvest takes place approximately every three years.
he soft fabric obtained from it has properties and benefits: in particular it is suitable for being in direct contact with the skin thanks to its breathable power, it absorbs moisture and is naturally antibacterial, perfect for any type of clothing.

Banana

Banana is a biodegradable, eco-friendly and antibacterial fiber plant.
It has a slow growth this characteristic makes this a very fine and expensive fabric.
Banana fibers are processed by hand and this craftsmanship does not produce carbon emissions and does not pollute the water.
The advantages of the banana fabric are lightness, but also resistance and durability.
Absorbs and wicks moisture away from the wearer’s skin.
In light fabrics it looks very similar to that of silk.
Hard fiber fabrics, on the other hand, produce a yarn similar to that of hemp or linen.
It has affinity with natural and synthetic dyes.

Recycled polyester

We are committed to introducing more and more garments made from recycled material. By using synthetic fibers from recycled sources, we help promote a more sustainable circular economy, reducing water and energy consumption; precious resources for the planet.
Recycled polyester reduces dependence on oil as the primary source for polyester production and reduces greenhouse gas emissions.
Help promote a new recycling system for polyester garments that are no longer usable.
Recycled polyester is an important fiber that today makes it possible to make ultra-light yarns that dry quickly and can be used in a wide range of applications.

Organic cotton

Organic, or organic, cotton uses natural dyes and less
impacting the environment, such as clay, or water-based.
The result is that fabrics made with organic cotton last longer and are softer.
It is hypoallergenic and therefore ideal for people suffering from allergies and skin irritations because it is free of chemicals.