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Sustainability

Photo: DuPont Sorona

Photo: DuPont Sorona

 
Based on renewable raw materials, the Sirona fibre from DuPont is underlining the company’s commitment to developing innovative solutions that contribute ... By  Editorial staff
The cape is made from 2.5 layers of extremely lightweight mtex 20,000 material and is connected to the jacket at four points Photo: Maier Sports

The cape is made from 2.5 layers of extremely lightweight mtex 20,000 material and is connected to the jacket at four points Photo: Maier Sports

 
By  Editorial staff
23.07.2015: Polartec celebrates recycling its billionth bottle
 
Polartec has used one billion’s worth of clear plastic bottles, destined for landfill, in the production of high quality fabric used by major brands in ... By  Editorial staff
The German Pavilion at the Expo 2015 in Milan Photos: Messe Frankfurt

The German Pavilion at the Expo 2015 in Milan Photos: Messe Frankfurt

 
29/06/2015 – “Fields of Ideas”

“Fields of Ideas”

Expo 2015: Sustainability from Berlin

Pleasant colours, organic shapes and sustainable production - the clothing donned by the staff manning the German Pavilion at the Expo 2015 in Milan reflects ... By  Editorial staff
Coconut Photo: fotolia

Coconut Photo: fotolia

 
14/06/2015 – 37.5 fibres

37.5 fibres

Kind to the skin and hypoallergenic

The Research and Testing Establishment of the Hohenstein Institute has certified that fibres with 37.5 Technology are ‘kind to the skin`and ‘hypoallergenic`. By  Editorial staff
(Picture 1-5) With around 1,000 employees and a capacity of five million metres of fabric per month, Covolan is one of the leading companies in the...

(Picture 1-5) With around 1,000 employees and a capacity of five million metres of fabric per month, Covolan is one of the leading companies in the Brazilian textile industry. All processing steps from yarn to finished fabrics are carried out in-house. Photos: Covolan Indústria Têxtil Ltda.

 
25/05/2015 – Covolan Indústria Têxtil Ltda

Covolan Indústria Têxtil Ltda

Denim meets sustainability

Originally conceived as hard-wearing work trousers, jeans have become a real cult object of the fashion industry over recent decades. Whether young or ... By  Editorial staff