For almost a century, the French textile production firm has been offering a variety of products of internationally renowned quality.
For 70 years, the Italian-born family business has been crafting quality fabrics, today recognised as being compatible with environmental conservation.
At the latest Première Vision trade fair in Paris, Eastman – the manufacturer of cellulose filament yarn from sustainable resources – announced the arrival of the new version of its iconic fibre Naia. Here’s the story.
Chosen by PROMOSTYL, Progetto Uno’ eco-friendly fabrics reflect both the company’s sustainability policy and its creativity. An ultra-specialisation that has earned the Italian firm a mention in the newly released Autumn/Winter 21-22 Kids and Men’s books.
What makes a good fabric? Designers and experts attempted to answer this delicate question at a unique conference at the latest Première Vision trade fair.
Presented during a conference at Première Vision Paris SS21, legendary Leavers lace, an exceptional blend of art and craftsmanship with centuries-old heritage, has gradually given way to industrial lace that has finally got the upper hand. Unless new textile opportunities offer it an unexpected future.
A pioneer in organic cotton production, Sanko Textile relies on age-old know-how to offer top-quality textiles. We can see their work in the Spring/Summer 2021 Kids Trend Book with the LOUD THEME presenting one of the fabrics produced by Sanko.
Presented in Theme III “Gentle Mountain Bike” of our Autumn/Winter 21-22 Sports book, Tintex x ColorZen fabrics highlight an innovative new eco-friendly dyeing process that reconciles bright colours and the environment.
With a traditional braiding shop and weaving mill, the German firm, Fritz Moll, has made a name for itself for over 150 years in the production of high-quality elastic ribbons and lace. Whether aesthetic or purely technical, their products meet client requirements thanks to cooperative developments. Here’s how.
The site for buying and selling second-hand clothing is offering a simple and effective tool to better assess our wardrobe’s carbon footprint. Here’s how.