Specializing in custom alpaca decoration textiles, we work for many 5-star hotels and palaces. The director of one of these establishments, delighted by the plaids proposed in her rooms, asked us “Why should this exceptional quality be used only in decoration? “. Although our heart belongs to the decoration, we decided to develop for her a range of gifts, intended for its best customers. It was at this time that the first Innata scarves were born.
Since then, scarves are part of our recurring collections and we have developed the Pure range. A range of 100% natural products, made without dyeing or petrochemical process for the greatest respect of the planet and the skin. A range for which we have control over the entire production line of our products, from mowing alpaca to final labeling.
An all-natural gift collection
To rethink the product and make it a natural product, it was necessary to rethink the overall manufacturing process and it started with the thread. This high requirement to reach all-natural products has made us specialists in alpaca yarn. In constant contact with the skin, it was essential for us to offer our scarves in their most pure form. For this reason, among the many colors available, white, camel, nude, light gray, dark gray and chocolate are all natural. Regarding scarves of other colors such as red, navy blue, orange and black, we make them from skin-friendly dyes and the environment according to Oeko-Tex® standards. This is the guarantee of totally hypoallergenic products.
A respectful approach, to limit waste
The second collection of gifts is the fur bear, which was born from the observation of the use of furs. This precious raw material can’t always be used in its entirety. Our craftsmen and designers have therefore proposed new solutions to reduce and enhance all furs. When comes the cutting step, all the optimization techniques to minimize, in line with the artisanal practice, the falls. Although we minimize them to the maximum, we use these falls for the making of our cubs. This is how Zorro el osito, the little Teddy bear in alpaca fur, was born.