While developing our touch-focused fabrics, the details we care about first -regardless of the composition- are the texture, softness and drape of the fabric. And as we produce, we develop the final product by observing the interaction of many variables from start to finish.

Among these variables, there are those that we can change in the yarn, the weaving of the fabric, and the "finishing" part after the fabric is woven. We decide which of these combinations that we’ll make, which ones we’ll apply to that fabric, sometimes with our predictions, and sometimes by managing our own internal flow by adapting over time according to the changes and transformations of the trends.

Although our products in this group are patternless and relatively flat fabrics compared to others, and even if you do not know the technical details and the effort spent on them, you can easily understand how high quality they are produced when you touch them.


What do you see when you look at a fabric from afar? Free of composition; we apply patterns to fabrics in production at the weaving stage. We create these patterns sometimes as 'jacquard' patterns with colored threads, and sometimes as 'seersucker' patterns with colorless but elastic threads, giving it it’s fluffiness differences. We come to complete different design results with yarn compositions that are woven colorless in weaving but react with different dyes at the dyeing stage.

We work in two ways in our design products; We produce weekly series within our own structure and secondly in order to create our customers' demands suitable for their own collections, with our weaving infrastructure consisting of a combination of Dobby & Jacquard and with the variety of machines in the dyehouse, we are able to produce new R&D very quickly and very precisely. Thus, we can easily serve fast-moving consumer brands, which is the necessity of the so called modern order, and work in harmony with the sensitive structures and calendars of the well-established luxury brands that prioritize the design value.


While producing our sustainable fabrics, our priority is the composition of the fabric, the chemicals and the dyes we use. We have important questions that we always keep in mind and that we know as a principle to ask ourselves: How does the yarn company’s that we work with minimize their damage to nature in their production? What are the carbon emission amounts? What certifications do they have? Can they provide ethical production conditions?

The fact that every company that is a solution partner to our production process being environmentally friendly, like us, forms the basis of our sustainability philosophy. We focus on maximum goals by using minimum energy. We consume less energy and natural gas. In the use of water in fabric dyeing, we save up to 60% compared to conventional systems. We reduce our chemical and dyestuff consumption. Even when planning the shipment, we act with the philosophy of minimum km. We provide our employees with electric vehicles. We choose our machinery investments and renewals from environmentally friendly machinery with a 'must have' vision.

We mainly use fabrics made from sustainable products of TENCEL®, MODAL®, REFIBRA® brand yarns of our solution partners LENZING®, sustainable FILAMENT VISCOSE, 'flush' products of ENKA company, and recycled RECYCLED POLYESTER yarns from GRS certified polyester yarn producers. We continue to produce in our sustainable category with yarns such as organic cotton, European linen, bamboo, DuPont® company's Sorona® product.


Our professional team routinely designs and manufactures unique fabrics to meet the highest demands in a variety of textile practices. There are several different types of fabrics and finishes in our performance fabrics category; ELASTICITY, WATERPROOF, ORGANIC WATERPROOF, FLAMMABLE, ACRYLIC COATING, POLYURETHANE COATING, ANTI-BACTERIAL, ANTI-VIRAL, HYDROPHILIC FINISH AND LAMINATION (printing).

We offer innovative production resources for fabric designs and custom engineering solutions according to our customers' needs. We can add these performance characteristics to our fabric’s, barrowing them from other categories as technical conditions allow. The more technical the demand is, the more we love our work!