Also known as “gossypium barbadense” or “black seed,” the West Indian Sea Island cotton represents one of the oldest varieties and rare in the world. Its production takes place mainly in Barbados and Jamaica, Where the climate is optimal. Today, in fact, Sea Island cotton is identified as luxury cotton only if it comes from the Caribbean islands and only 150 bales are produced annually.
The world's finest cotton.
Why Sea Island cotton?
Sea Island cotton is a valuable and rare raw material, produced in smaller quantities than other textile fibers and subjected to high quality standards. Few companies can boast this variety of cotton among their products, demonstrating a deep awareness and pursuit of excellence.
In fact, today’s market is often interested in ensuring mass production while neglecting quality, ecosystem protection and craftsmanship. Instead, these core values are the foundation of our reality.