Cotton is a natural vegetable fiber that grows in the seed pod of the cotton plant. The longest fibers produce the highest quality cotton fabrics, such as Pima and Egyptian. The breathable textiles made from cotton fibers are the most commonly used quality in the world. Cotton needs heat to grow, therefore the world's cotton belt is located in the tropics and sub-tropics.
Cupro is a regenerated cellulose fiber that is produced by treating cotton cellulose with cuprammonium salt. Cupro fabrics breathe like cotton, drapes beautifully. It’s very fine and feels like silk yet is washable. Good moisture absorbency and wrinkle resistant qualities.
TENCEL™Modal is a man-made cellulose fiber and is essentially a variety of viscose. It is made by spinning reconstituted cellulose from beech trees in a modified viscose process. This process gives longer cellulose molecules which result in an improved version of viscose with better textile performance properties.
Lyocell is a man-made fiber and is mostly known better by its brand name Tencel®. It is a manufactured fiber composed of regenerated cellulose which is derived from wood pulp. It’s noted for its durability and strength in addition to its eco-friendly manufacturing techniques.