Soft and natural fabrics

A passion for beautiful materials

I'm passionate about bringing you outstanding quality and exceptional materials. That's why I chose to use exclusively natural, ethically sourced and sustainably produced fabrics.

Why merino?

Merino wool is a natural and renewable resource that has many fantastic qualities.
Unlike other sheep, the merino is able to survive the scorching summers and freezing winters of the New Zealand Alps. Its ultra-light fleece is breathable, simple, effective and so ingenious:


merino fibres have great stretch but also excellent recovery. They don't break when stretched and easily return to their original shape.

heat regulating

merino wool is a technically active fibre, able to absorb or release heat. By absorbing moisture, the fibre releases some heat. And the opposite process is triggered when it is hot. It's like wearing an air conditioning system

manages humidity

merino fibre can absorb up to 35% of its own weight before it seems wet: it's much more comfortable and you stay much drier for longer, even compared to most synthetic fibres.

reduces odour

body odour molecules are absorbed by the fibre. This allows your garment to stay odour-free much longer than other fabrics, it's very handy!

Our wool comes from RWS certified farms, guaranteeing animal welfare (mulesing is also prohibited).


the wool has very fine fibres that flex on contact with the skin. Our pieces are incredibly soft and comfortable.
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Natural, delicate and soft to the touch, silk is the perfect partner for merino wool. It allows the colours to really shine. We use mulberry silk, the most luxurious, breathable and light there is. Mulberry silk is hypoallergenic, adding exceptional softness to our knits and it also absorbs moisture.

Tencel™ micromodal

For our homewear range, I chose to create a capsule collection in micromodal which has so many advantages: it's breathable, it stays soft and supple while keeping its shape, plus it keeps odour and bacteria to a minimum. Also, unlike cotton, micromodal does not retain water and so dries much faster. And it's a less expensive alternative to merino wool.

Micromodal is obtained by extracting cellulose from beech wood and transforming it into a liquid by adding chemicals. It is then transformed into yarn, ready to be woven.

Lenzing micromodal is particularly well designed. It is made from pre-cut or FSC-certified wood in a closed circuit to limit pollution and chemical effluents (95% of the chemicals used are recycled), all in Austria, so not far from our Italian workshop. Its production requires 10 to 20 times less water than cotton.

Calais lace

The Dentelle de Calais-Caudry ® label is the promise of the excellence of a Haute-Dentelle lace, made in France, following the same rules of an art that has earned its reputation for centuries. It set apart luxury woven lace from the much more common knitted lace. Go to to find out more.


Noble materials, edged hems, elaborate finishes: every detail counts.
No seams on the sides, we knit each piece in a tube for second-skin comfort. The obsession with the perfect fit and impeccable quality.