|BAMBUS||Usually natural fibres of bamboo and eco cotton mixture;
offers a pleasantly cool sensation.
|COTTON||CO/BW||Natural fibre of plant origin – very absorbent material. Can be
ironed at high temperature. Can be processed to obtain lustrous
quality, wrinkle-resistance, and minimise shrinking.
|SILK||SE||Natural material of luxurious appearance, pleasant to skin. Slightly
more demanding care required.
|FLAX||LI||Very absorbent material with natural shine. Can be washed and
ironed at high temperatures.
|FIBRES OF NATURAL ORIGIN|
|VISCOSE||VI||Regenerated cellulose fibre. Material is pleasant to touch and
pleasant to wear due to airy sensation.
|MODAL||CMD||Regenerated cellulose fibre with high specific firmness and
elasticity in wet conditions. Material is pleasant to touch, softer
than viscose and nice to wear due to airy sensation.
|ACETATE||Modified cellulose. Material of noble appearance, with volume and
nicely falling, wrinkles slightly. Easy maintenance at low
|WOLL||WO||Belongs among natural protein fibre of animal origin – sheep hair
of various origins. It is very hygroscopic – it can take in as much as
40 % of moisture. Wool is among the lightest natural fibres and is
very flexible. It's a material with the highest absorption rate (up to
33% without feeling it's wet); it is a good heat isolator (protects
from cold and heat) and does not wrinkle much: it demands
attentive care – manual washing at low temperatures, gentle
processing and special washing agents.
|POLYAMIDE||PA, PA6, PA66||Synthetic fibre, solid and sturdy, does not wrinkle. Easy
maintenance at low temperatures.
|POLYESTER||PES||Synthetic fibre, similar either to wool, silk or cotton. Solid and
sturdy, neither wrinkles nor shrinks. Easy to maintain, and dries
|ELASTAN||EL||Material with high elasticity and stretching characteristics, used in
mixtures with other fibres for tight-fitting garments.
|POLYURETANE||PUR||Belongs among chemical fibres from synthetic polymers.
Polyurethane is composed from a chain of organic units,
connected with urethane links. Formulations of polyurethane
represent a very wide spectrum of rigidity and thickness.
Polyurethane is widely used for the creation of various adjustable
foams, linings, rigid foams, etc.
|METALLIC THREADS||ME||Metallic threads mainly appear with woven fabric and embroidery.
Through time, their use of materials and process of thread
manufacturing has changed significantly – today, the most
commonly used metallic threads are the aluminium ones.