Swiss Cotton Camisole
- Fitted design provides subtle layering when worn with other tops
- Scooped neckline for a sensual finish
- Adjustable straps for customized fit
- Lightweight and compact with a luxurious finish
- 4 times higher yarn count than conventional cotton tees, it is softer, smoother and less prone to wrinkles
- Stronger for superb durability that retains shape
- Made with 100s(yarn count) 92% Swiss Cotton™, 8% Lycra
Simple Cotton Luxury
Only 3% of the world's annual cotton output meets Swiss Cotton's™ highest quality standards. Long staple cotton grown in the U.S.A. and Egypt is sent to Switzerland for finishing on fine gauge circular knitting machines powered by green energy. The superb quality of high 100s yarn count fabric makes the collection light weight, compact with a luxurious touch extremely durable. If you like cotton, you'll love these.
Superior Quality and Finish
Of all the cotton produced in the world, only cotton qualities with extra long fibres satisfy the requirements of swiss+cotton. The raw material for swiss+cotton is extra long staple (ELS) cotton, which thrives in the ideal climatic conditions of the USA and Egypt. The incredibly long fibres are of the very finest quality and have excellent processing characteristics. When compared with average cotton quality, they are 40 percent more hard-wearing.
The extra long staple cotton is first processed into yarns and then woven fabrics, crocheted goods, knitted fabrics or embroidery. Swiss expertise in production and the fineness of the woven fabrics are the key requirements for the superior appearance and the soft, supple feel of swiss+cotton products.
Nothing but the Finest
Yarn made from extra long staple cotton, fibre length of at least 35.7 mm
During production of the material at least 67% of the value is added in Switzerland by pool members of swiss+cotton
The minimum percentage of cotton in the fabric is 75%
Tani's Swiss Cotton™ collection is made with 100s Swiss Cotton™, manufactured in a family owned mill near Zurich on fine gauge circular knitting machines powered mostly by green energy.