is to create a different kind of market where the promise of organic farming can be realized. A market where farmers are known and celebrated, where innovative design and social equity go hand in hand, where healthy and fair returns are shared by everyone in the supply chain and culminates in the delivery of functional, beautiful, sustainable products to consumers everywhere.
we began to develop the ecozona.tk organic transfair project. The aim of which is to produce the purest clothing possible for women, men and kids who come in all ages, colors and shapes. Our clothings are designed to trendless wellness fashion in an absolut high quality with the New World's premier textile fibers: organic Pima, Tangüis and naturally-pigmented Nativo cotton as well organic superfine Baby Alpaca wool. All stages of production are 100% made in Perú under fairtrade conditions.
Imagine the Peruvian Selva,
where cotton grows colored and wild without the use of fertilizers or chemical agents. The natural pigmentation of the fibers ranges from white to shades of cream, brown, green and maive. It is renowned especially for its softness, firmness and hypoallergenic properties. Our fibers are obtained from rural artisan and Indian farmers using pre-Columbian techniques to grow naturally pigmented cotton plants in their small farmyard plots. The cotton is harvested manually, colors sorted entirely by hand, and the fiber mill-spun in small batches. No pesticides, herbicides, artificial growth regulators, defoliants or other agro-chemicals have been used to grow or color our products. Certified by Control Union G.O.T.S 004235 for the organic cotton fiber production and 005051 for the sustainable processing of these fibers into the finest ecological textiles.
we process undyed nature color Baby-Alpaca hairs which comes in an array of nine shades. At no time are chemical agents or other artificial means employed during the manufacturing process of the fibers. Similar to cashmere and mohair, the fibers of superfine alpaca are unusually soft but they produce a higher gloss, are lower of weight without matting or lint. Besides the ecological benefits, there are many good reasons for preferring the "fleece of the Gods", such as its waterresistant and hypoallergenic properties. This preference will not only contribute to the preservation of the alpaca population, but also to the betterment of the socio- economic conditions of the indigenous peoples of the highlands. As a Fair Trade initiative, this project rewards Andean pastoralists with equal prices for white and colored fibers, this latter often rejected by the industry, eroding the bio-diversity of the indigenous camelid populations. Our KhT Alpaca is the finest organic fiber in the Andes.