The recent events, climate change, natural disasters, pandemic emergency have deeply impressed the world people.
The consumers have developed a particular interest for all the elements, from food to cosmetics, from technological devices to textiles, that can control safety, take care for wellness, protect health, respect humans and the environment.
The entire textile pipeline has reacted with energy and commitment, starting from the careful research of bio fibres to the sourcing of regenerated and recycled synthetics in order to produce yarns with an appealing aesthetic and sustainable compositions.
The resulting knits maintain the fashionable look, the pleasant fresh touch typical of Spring-Summer yarns and in the same time grant a safe and responsible composition.
Organic cotton, linen, hemp, bamboo, viscose, Lyocell/Tencel, wool recycled polyester and recycled polyamide are the most used materials. Well known certifications are requested in order to verify and to grant the different values that distinguish each yarn and knit.
It’s important to verify the limits to the use of natural resources and to take advantage of the technological progresses in terms of regenerating, recycling, upcycling of materials and garments in order to reduce overproduction and waste.
Relevant is the engagement of the spinning mills to introduce the new yarns, carefully explaining in detail their characteristics and their properties, in order to extend the knowledge into the market.