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Suit and tailleur compositions









Cotton
The fluffy fibrous balls that grow at the extremities of the cotton plant. The cultivation of cotton is vegan and eco friendly.
Bamboo
The fibres extracted from the grass Bambuseae, commonly known as bamboo, cultivated in China. An extraordinarily fast growing grass whose cultivation is also vegan and eco friendly.
Hemp
The fibres extracted from the plant Cannabis sativa, commonly known as cannabis, cultivated in France and China. The cultivation of hemp is vegan and eco friendly.
Viscose or rayon
The fibres from the cell walls extracted from soybean plants, bamboo and, sometimes, sugar cane. Two French textiles invented to mimic the texture of silk, created to avoid the slow, expensive and cruel process of boiling silk worms alive.





Collar filling
Identical to the exterior fabric.
Shoulder pads
Nylon: a Franco-American polymer that is completely synthetic (made by chemical syntheses).
Torso filling
Hemp: the fibres extracted from the plant Cannabis sativa, commonly known as cannabis.
Arm filling
Viscose velvet: the fibres from the cell walls extracted from soybean plant, bamboo and, sometimes, sugar cane. Two French textiles invented to mimic the texture of silk, created to avoid the slow, expensive and cruel process of boiling silk worms alive.
Buttons
Synthetic plastic: an English polymer that is completely synthetic (made by chemical syntheses).
Lining
Viscose: the fibres from the cell walls extracted from soybean plant, bamboo and, sometimes, sugar cane. Two French textiles invented to mimic the texture of silk, created to avoid the slow, expensive and cruel process of boiling silk worms alive.









Wool
Wool is a combination of three different types of follicles that grow from the dermis of certain animals, such as sheep, goats, muskoxen, etc..
Mohair
Mohair is a combination of three different types of follicles that grow from the dermis of the Angora goat.
Silk
Silken threads are derived from the cocoons of the silk worm. It is extracted by boiling the caterpillars alive once they have reached a maximum weight.





Collar filling, torso filling
Horsehair (canvas), (cotton) canvas: the hair of a horse's mane and tail. Manes and tails are collected from slaughtered horses to ensure a DNA obtention. Horsehair is more likely to be used with couture, rather than prêt-à-porter.
Shoulder pads
Wool: wool is a combination of three different types of follicles that grow from the dermis of certain animals, such as sheep, goats, muskoxen, etc..
Arm filling, lining
Silk: silken threads are derived from the cocoons of the silk worm. It is extracted by boiling the caterpillars alive once they have reached a maximum weight.
Buttons
Bull horns, pearls: bull horns are an easily acquired material due to the large amounts of bulls that are slaughtered. Pearls are more likely to be used with couture, rather than prêt-à-porter.
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