With “Inner & Sustainable Values”, the autumn-winter 22-23 season showcases the invisible properties of product developments – from the quality of the materials to the sensory appeal of the handles, from technical performance features to sustainable innovations.(From Premiere Vision Paris)
360° ECO-MINDED 100% APPEALING
A full exploration of the beauty of materials and expert know-how, with extensively-researched compositions and creative constructions boosted by an eco-design approach, for sustainably original fashions. The goal is to meet the challenges of eco-responsibility, to work towards maximum commitment perpetuated through concrete, measurable actions. (From Premiere Vision Paris)
A revolutionary product- SORONA©, shifts from oil-based materials to bio-based. The polymer is made of renewable plant-based ingredients, that reduce the consumption of energy and gas emissions compared to Nylon 6 and Nylon 6.6.
Biomass Nylon is made using organic waste oil and plant oil which is an alternative ingredient to replace petrochemical materials. It reduces the 3% CO2 emission and the consumption of petrochemicals and turns a formerly chemical process into an eco-efficient biological one.
PALTEX sustainable textile collection – Recycled TENCEL™ with REFIBRA™ technology is originally from LENZING. It gives the highest valuable lift to pre and post-consumer cotton scraps by upcycling them into brand new cellulosic fibre materials for clothing and home products. It never ends up as waste and provides multiple benefits not only for businesses but also for the environment and society in general.
Biodegradable polyester collection
The bio-degradable polyester fabrics are made by adding the organic additives into the recycled polyester fibre, while in the anaerobic condition the destruction of the material happens directly through the consumption by microbes. The timeline of biodegradability, bio-degradable fabrics take nearly 3-4 years; compares to virgin synthetic fabrics take 450 years.
Recycled polyester collection
The recycled polyester – stretch woven are from both post-consumer (waste bottles) and pre-consumer (fabric scraps). Recycled polyester, also known as rPET, is obtained by chip and melting down post-consumer plastic bottles, and re-spinning it into the new polyester fibre. Another resource of rPET can be from pre-consumer input materials, which is recycled cutting scraps. Nomatter from which resource, the recycled polyester resists stretch and wrinkles, does not shrink, and is easy to wash, dry, and use. Its durability and weather resistance make it well suited for outdoor or high-stress use.
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