The evolution and the innovation in the yarns sector and in the subsequent production processes cannot still exclude completely the use of some chemical products which are potentially harmful for the human being and for the environment.
Monitoring and reducing the negative effects is essential to guarantee a safe working place, promoting the wellbeing of the consumers, decreasing the toxic emissions which are, among other things, responsible for the climate change.
A yarn should not have only the aesthetic and qualitative characteristics to interpret the fashion trends, but also should meet the requirements of sustainability, along the whole supply chain, offering to the market verified products according to measurable and documentable criteria.
Many are the Italian spinning mills who felt the need to develop management systems of chemical substances on the basis of ZDHC MRSL guidelines (Manufacturing Restricted Substances List), a list of chemical substances which are forbidden at international level in the productive processes of textile materials, leather, rubber, foam, adhesives and accessories for apparel and footwear.
The limits imposed by ZDHC MRSL are related to substances that are available commercially and include cleaners, adhesives, pigments and inks, coatings and agents for finishing, management of wastewater, disinfection and pest control.
The elimination of heavy metals like chrome from tinctorial processes, of silicones and softener in the industrial washing processes, the reduction of concentration of formulations that cannot be replaced by safe options, offer to brands and to the market verified products based on transparency.
A commitment that requires the spinners and at all levels of the supply chain a work of collaboration, sharing all the stages of production and the aspects of life in the company.
More and more are the spinning mills that draw up their statements of sustainability guaranteeing the stated strategies of performance and sustainability.
Yarns confirm their precious quality in the blends with alpaca, among the most traceable and pure natural fibres.
The softness and warm protection of superfine alpaca.
A delicate felted tweed for mild winters.
Compact jacquards, smooth and light.
Voluminous fur effects.
Macro tweed with strong artisanal accent.
The fine wool qualities, mulesing free are the guaranty of accurate choices.
Softness and smoothness are enhanced by a delicate brushing.
Smooth woolen yarn with tone on tone colours.
Naturally comfortable yarn, seasonless for daily wellbeing.
Yarn combining delicacy, fluidity and thermal regulation.
Balanced fibre hybridizations.
Quilted knits, voluminous and thermal.
The balance between silky aspect and consistent touch.
Velvety look for a sophisticated style.