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Cupro is a ‘regenerated cellulose’ fabric made from cotton waste. It is made using the teeny tiny silky cotton fibres, known as linter, that stick out of the cottonseed and are too small to spin. The linter is dissolved into a cuprammonium solution, which is a mixture of copper and ammonium, dropped into caustic soda, then spun into fibre. Much like Tencel and Modal, cupro is a plant-based material that is chemically processed to produce the resulting fabric.

Roll – 25 MTR

Available Colors: Black, Charcoal grey, Brown, Wine, Sage, Green, Beige, White, L.T Grey, Khaki



Every garment made with natural fiber reaches the end of its lifetime eventually. In most cases, cotton garments are discarded after use, but your old t-shirts can also be recycled to make a textile sometimes referred to as “cupro” or “cupra” on Chinese textile websites.


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