This Autumn, we’re celebrating our favourite fabrics – starting with cotton. Long-lasting, super-soft and versatile, our pure-cotton products will be turn-to pieces in your home and wardrobe for years to come. Here are five favourite ways to embrace the natural yarn…
1. Sleep beneath cotton
With over 22 years’ experience bringing our customers quality bed linen, we truly believe we’ve finessed the art of creating the perfect sleep zone.
Every one of our bed-linen collections is made by the world’s finest artisans in Portugal, Italy or Vietnam. While our European craftsmen are renowned for producing the softest-feeling sheets imaginable, our Vietnamese needle workers create the most beautiful hand-stitched details you’ll find on the market, meaning whatever you choose will be second-to-none. High-quality cotton ensures our bed linen is beautifully breathable and soft to sleep beneath.
2. Discover Hydrocotton
If you’re yet to experience the exquisite softness of our Hydrocotton range first hand, allow us to introduce you. Using clever ‘low-twist’ technology to create incredible softness (which actually improves the more you wash them), our Hydrocotton robes, towels, slippers and beyond are second to none.
3. Find new wardrobe heroes
Naturally breathable, super-soft and easy to wear: there’s a reason we all have plenty of cotton in our wardrobes. These three favourites all deserve a space in yours, and are truly timeless.
4. Cocoon little ones in cotton
Sensitive skin deserves the softest and purest fabrics. Our childrenswear collection boasts cotton-rich pieces across baby, girls’ and boys’ clothing. What’s more, all of our girls’ nighties are made from pure cotton – something we’re proud to offer in a market which often favours synthetic fabrics.
5. Nightwear and beyond
It isn’t just bedding, clothing and bathroom pieces that celebrate our purest yarns: here are some of our other collections to look out for when filling your home with gorgeous, natural-fibre pieces for guaranteed longevity.
To discover more about cotton, read our full story. Plus, go behind the scenes of the other materials in our Meet The Materials series – cashmere, wood and ceramics.