All the cardboard and paper used comes from a responsible supply chain that ensures that forests are 100% preserved and safe.

We use 100% recycled boxes and paper made with Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) and Program for the Endorsement of Forest Certification (PEFC) certifications.

Our commitment is to be as aware of the materials we use for our packaging as we are with the materials used in the manufacture of our glasses.


Design a plastic-free packaging was the most difficult task of the whole process, but at the same time was one of the most important.

We can proudly say that we have radically eliminated the use of plastic in all our packaging.

Because when we say that we cross the surface barrier, it is because we fulfill it.


Our suedes are made of Recycled Polyester (PET) obtained from plastic bottles recovered from the oceans that we turn into high quality yarn.

Also, our recycled polyester can be recycled again; taking another step towards circularity.

Our suedes have the same technical and aesthetic characteristics as traditional suedes, but they avoid carbon emissions by up to 30% compared to virgin polyester and allow us to breathe new life into the tons of plastics that lie in the seas.


For the manufacture of the case of our glasses, the material chosen has been recycled leather from tanning waste from large tanneries as an alternative to conventional leather.

For its production we follow practically the same processes that we used in the production of genuine leather, so the touch and appearance of the recycled skin is the same only with a much smaller impact.


Anticipating is our obligation to win the pulse of climate change.

That is why we don’t lose sight of everything we can do in our day to day and that adds strength to achieve that goal.

This year we have added a new member to our team in the form of office supplies, algae.

These comes from the water of Venice canals, from where they are removed in masse. One more original and innovative way to use recycled resources.


Everything counts and everything adds up.

In a further effort to reduce our environmental impact we have replaced conventional plastic bags with bio-based and biodegradable recycled bags.