Better means that we use business as a force for good. It considers every aspect in the life cycle of your clothing – before, during and after you own it. Better takes advantage of the best materials available – sustainable, technical fabrics that are designed to move with you home or away, because feeling good inspires you to go further.
Naturally renewable, biodegradable, soft and breathable. Cotton can be used on its own or blended with just about any other fiber. Since our beginning, all of our cotton is certified Organic and is free of pesticides, herbicides and GMOs.
The most sustainable, versatile and durable synthetic fiber for making functional clothing. Using recycled polyester ensures a significant decrease in petroleum use, less energy consumption and a lower carbon footprint overall, as well as keeps plastic out of landfills.
We've transitioned to PFC-Free DWR to provide you with a safer alternative that is better for you and the environment.
Fine silky fibers that rival cashmere in softness with a durable, pill resistant strength. The fiber is warmer than other wools and the absence of lanolin also makes it hypoallergenic as well as odor resistant. Our alpaca wool is traceably sourced through Peruvian farmers focused on social and ethical practices.
A naturally renewable, biodegradable fiber that provides the highest warmth-to-weight ratio of any insulation. Our 700-fill recycled down transforms reclaimed post-consumer down duvets and pillows into a high quality, sustainable alternative to virgin down.
Fine micron wool from merino sheep is soft, warm and manages moisture. The merino we use is ethically sourced to ensure responsible land use, animal treatment and low-impact processing.
Linen is an ancient textile, made for centuries from the stalks of the flax plant. Cool, breathable, and lightweight, linen could be considered the original performance fabric for hot weather. Linen's unique fiber properties wick moisture from the body, helping to create a fabric that is cool and comfortable in warm weather.
Like linen and flax, hemp is a bast fiber, meaning it is sourced from the fiberous parts of plants. As a result, it creates naturally strong fabrics with linen-like feel and drape. A natural fiber, hemp is an environmentally sustainable crop that requires no pesticides or fertilizers, and which grows in a wide variety of soils.
Made from sustainably managed forests of eucalyptus trees, naturally renewable, biodegradable and produced in a closed-loop process. Adds a soft silky hand and drape, improves wicking and drying time and its antimicrobial properties fight odor retention.
Super fine and incredibly soft, it has the softness of silk, the breathability of cotton, and a gorgeous fluidity.