“The result reflects my intention of creating a gentle, beautiful scale clearly anchored in nature. Although subdued, the colours have fine lustre because the yarn was mercerised before the weaving”, the designer mused on the process. Pure meets the EU Flower requirements, meaning that water and environment-harming substances have been limited to a minimum. The raw material used to make Pure is 100% organic. Both organic and conventionally grown cotton is recyclable and biologically degradable, but in contrast to conventionally grown cotton, organic cotton has been grown with no fertiliser or pesticides. Organic cotton is completely natural. The seeds are spread by natural reproduction to keep the original species. Organic cotton is grown by crop rotation to avoid soil exhaustion. Organic compost is used as fertiliser and helps retain soil moisture. Organic cotton is grown in selected areas with adequate natural rainfall to reduce the need for irrigation. Both growing and production of organic cotton are based on long-term, sustainable methods benefitting the environment and people.
100% organic cotton
140 cm wide