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Orta La Suite

It starts here!

  1. The raw
    material
    in
  2. The spinning in
  3. The weaving and
    dyeing
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France & Austria

The raw material

Grown in the abundance of the fertile land of Northern France, the flax used by Orta is a testament to superior quality. Each stalk, harvested after maturing in the open field, is meticulously processed to extract the precious fibers that will later be carefully spun.

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In order to show you the whole process in pictures, our video journey first took us to Austria to a beautiful village with the same name as its factory: Lenzing. Here, no apocalyptic industrial zone but a magnificent and transparent lake where the water is drinkable (the Attersee lake), and forests as far as the eye can see that are full of life. In short, a fauna and flora worthy of the best seaside resorts. For two days, we followed the transformation of wood into fibre, from the felling of the tree to the fibre bale.

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We continue
here

  1. The raw
    material
    in
  2. The spinning in
  3. The weaving and
    dyeing
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Italy

The spinning mill

The harmony of the fibers continues in Italy where linen and viscose are finely carded. This delicate process ensures a yarn quality that will be the foundation of a fabric that is both strong and delicate.

The art of weaving connections

  1. The raw
    material
    in
  2. The spinning in
  3. The weaving and
    dyeing
    in
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Spain

Weaving and Dyeing

Weaving: The ballet of threads

In Spain, Orta's threads are skillfully interlaced, transforming robustness and flexibility into an elegant fabric. The secret lies in the coating that protects each thread as it dances with the loom.

Dyeing: A palette of sustainable colors

The dyeing, applied in Spain, is the final touch of this process. With the jet dyeing method, Orta ensures a uniform and vibrant coloration.

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Fashion that makes sense

At Orta, it’s the best of the best, we do everything to use the best possible raw materials!

Whether organic, recycled or certified, most of our raw materials are processed in an environmentally friendly manner.

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100% European viscose
100% European viscose

An insane project, a European project led by Gauthier (our co-founder) to create a 100% European viscose. This certification ensures the traceability of your piece and the production in the greatest respect of nature.

European Flax™ certified fabrics
European Flax™ certified fabrics

This is THE certification for linen! It ensures that the linen fiber is grown and processed in Western Europe (France, Belgium, Netherlands) and that its production remains as environmentally friendly as possible: no irrigation, no GMOs, zero waste, natural retting, and mechanical scutching. What else could one wish for?