Cupro is a regenerated cellulose fabric made from linter – a waste product from cotton production. It is produced in a closed-loop process, meaning that the chemicals used can be extracted afterwards and the water can be reused. The fabric is fully biodegradable. Cupro is smooth and sleek, feeling a bit like silk. It is also breathable, which makes it temperature-regulating and thus suitable both for cold and warm climates.
House of Dagmar likes to use cupro in some garments due to its sheen and softness. Since it is produced in a closed-loop process, it is a sustainable and good choice material.