Material/Fiber Label Description
Natural fibers
BAMBUS Pleasantly cool feeling is provided by a mixture of natural bamboo fibers and eco cotton.
SILK CO/BW Natural material, provides pleasant feeling to skin, and luxurious look. Maintenance is a little more demanding.
COTTON SE Natural, plant fibers. Highly absorptive material. Ironing at high temperatures is allowed. It can be processed to get shine quality, wrinkle resistance and minimizing shrinkage.
FLAX LI Material with a natural shine. Very absorptive. Washing and ironing at hight temperatures is allowed.
VISCOSE VI Regenerated cellulose fibers. The material is pleasant to the touch and comfortable to wear due to the feeling of ai
MODAL CMD Regenerated cellulose fibers of high specific strength and elasticity in humid conditions. The material is pleasant to the touch, softer than viscose and nice to wear due to its breathability.
ACETATE Modified cellulose. Voluminous material, with a gentle appearance that nicely falls and wrinkles slightly. Easy to maintain at low temperatures.
WOLL WO It is one of the natural protein fibers of animal origin - sheep's hair of various types. It is one of the lightest natural fibers and has great flexibility. Very hygroscopic material, can absorb up to 40% of moisture (33% without feeling wet). Wool is a good thermal insulator (protects from heat and cold). Wool does not wrinkle, but demands special care. It is best to wash by hands, at low temperatures, with special detergents, and air dry.

POLYAMIDE PA, PA6, PA66 Synthetic fiber, strong and firm, does not wrinkle. Easy maintenance at low temperatures.
POLYESTER PES Synthetic fiber, similar to wool, silk or cotton. Solid and firm, neither wrinkled nor shrunken. Easy to maintain and dry fast.
ELASTAN EL A material with high elasticity and elongation characteristics, used in blends with other fibers for tight-fitting clothing.
POLYURETHANE PUR It is one of the chemical fibers made of synthetic polymers. Polyurethane consists of a chain of organic units, connected by urethane bonds. Polyurethane formulations represent a very wide range of stiffness and thickness. Polyurethane is widely used to make a variety of adjustable foams, coatings, rigid foams, etc.
METALLIC THREADS ME Metal threads mostly appear with woven fabrics and embroidery. Over time, their use of materials and the process of threading production has changed significantly - today, the most commonly used metal threads are the ones made from aluminum.