Material information
Cupro fiber itself is derived from cotton linter, which is the very fine, soft material that sticks to the cottonseeds and is left behind after the cotton has been ginned. Usually, these fibers are discarded, however, they are now recycled for the production of Cupro. It is a cellulose fiber and has a much more luxurious feel than one would expect from the cotton plant- it drapes beautifully and feels similar to rayon or silk.

We use Cupro in our lining.

This material was sourced on the 7th Future Fabrics Expo, organised by The Sustainable Angle.
Garments with this material:
Oversized Alpaca Coat
Supplier information
Supplier - Toyoshima.
Origin - Japan.
Production - Japan.