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Skirt Zita 100% Lyocell

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It's crazy how sustainable the Zita wallet skirt from Lyocell is, the most durable and ecological fiber ever. Beautiful soft material and its blue color give it a touch of jeans. 100% Lyocell Tencel certified by Lenzing from Austria.

Ties at the waist, adapting to all morphologies.


Jupe Portefeuille Zita Lyocell

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100% Lyocell

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100% lyocell dress

This piece is made of cellulose, which is a wood-based fiber. This is biodegradable and environmentally friendly (made without the use of pesticides).

The process water is recycled in the solvent spinning process and reuses the solvent is at a recovery rate of more than 99%. You can be sure that your choice of fashion does not contribute to the negative impact on the environment.

Washable at 40 ° C. Iron on level 2.

Reduction of pollution

Lyocell fabric means that no synthetic materials based on mineral oil are used, which are extremely harmful to the environment. Lyocell degrades easily and therefore does not pollute soil or oceans.

Waste reduction

Our pre-ordering system reduces our stock keeping and overproduction, so there is little waste throughout the manufacturing process.

Reduction of CO² emissions

Since everything is grown or produced in Europe, the CO² balance is good.


Our goal is to produce recyclable and readily degradable clothing. For this reason, for example, we do not use collar reinforcements made of synthetic fibres (polyester). You can pull off the fabric of the covered buttons, reassign the buttons and use again!

Natural properties

The Lyocell is very absorbent, biodegradable and hardly elastic, crease-resistant and dimensionnally stable during washing.

Fabric: The fabric is woven in nothern Spain.

Production: The prototype in the photo was produced by us, production takes place in a production unit in Bordeaux.

But where do the raw materials come from?

The raw material is coming from Lenzing in Austria.