Vibram, a leading company in the production of high-performance soles, presents a new technology that adapts to both outdoor and urban environments, which was first used by La Sportiva’s Aequilibrium line
From the collaboration with partner Rubbermac, arrives a next-generation sole where the centennial know-how of this company from Treviso combines with unique performance and an avant-garde look
The Dutch company, leader in kapok textile materials, offers the textile and apparel industry a versatile and naturally sustainable alternative to traditional materials.
This is the innovative brand of regenerated cellulose fibre proposed by Asahi Kasei, a highly technological material, with a special aesthetic touch.
The circular economy increasingly represents the road to go down for the future of the textile-apparel industry, as demonstrated by the new European directives in merit, which are also included in the Draghi government’s new National Recovery and Resilience Plan. We spoke of this with Francesca Rulli - 4sustainability®.
This past May, the Textile show based in Tokyo renewed its commitment to the environment and sustainability with the second edition of the ‘JFW SUSTAINABILITY PROJECT’.
Perfect equilibrium between technical features and aesthetics with a focus on sustainability in the SS22 collection by Nastrificio Lanza, a company based in Sansepolcro, Arezzo, which has been working with the fashion industry for fifty years
Moro Minuterie S.r.l.
A line of cutting-edge accessories both technically and aesthetically: the proposal of Moro Minuterie, Padua-based leader in metallic accessories, is ideal for conveying a distinctive look to sneakers, as well as to children’s and outdoors shoes
The company from the Prato district proposes a vast range of fabrics that reply to the needs of the fashion industry, as fruit of innovative research and respect for the environment
A change at the head of the ICEC: the certification body of reference for the leather area nominates the new board of directors and enters a new phase of development in its activity
The project proposes to extend the offering of sustainable raw materials for the textile industry, starting from cellulose, developing high-quality regenerated fibres, while at the same time reducing the environmental impact.
The company from Prato has created the Circular Fabric Standard (CFS), a process of recovery for premium fabrics coming from end-of-life collections, overproduction, or dead-stock, which are given new value and a new market, in full respect for the environment.
PrimaLoft and Origin Materials form a strategic alliance to develop high-performance carbon-negative insulating fibre for the outdoor, fashion, and lifestyle markets, but also for home goods applications, such as hypoallergenic insulated bedding
The English chemical company Venator presents to an increasingly environmentally aware fashion market a new technology for whitening recycled PET fibres, based on the liquid pigments of titanium dioxide
Register in minutes and access our free downloads