Xaar, the leading inkjet printing technology group, says the advanced capabilities of its Ultra High Viscosity technology demonstrates the significant difference that inkjet printing can make to labels and packaging.
Nike has launched a campaign starring French footballer Leroy Sane to advertise its first ‘Move to Zero’ underwear line. As per Fashion Network, Nike’s Fall ’21 underwear campaign, shot by Michael Krosny, sees Leroy Sané model the brand’s first underwear made in line with its sustainable, emission-reduction goals.
European Spinning Group has launched a new ‘Green Collection’ of upcyled yarn from discarded jeans or recycled polyester, mixed with fibers such as such as Tencel®, rPET, raw white and dope dyed fibers. As per an Euratex report, the recycled yarn can be used for various high-end textile applications such as furnishing fabrics, fashion garments or technical textiles.
On September 10, 2021, Luolai Home Textiles started the first step of environmental program and announced a new cooperation with Lenzing Group in Austrian, a supplier of raw materials at the Spring/Summer 2022 Ordering Meeting of Luolai Home Textiles.
Fashion manufacturing is now the world's second largest polluter after oil and the world's second largest water user. COLOMBO, as the creator of noble fabrics, has already started an inexhaustible exploration on sustainable fashion.
Recently leading fashion brand Lululemon has collaborated with leading sustainability material manufacturer Genomatica to create a lower-impact, plant-based nylon. As per an Apparel Resources report, the initiative will help Lululemon replace conventional nylon which forms the largest volume of synthetic material used by the brand in its products as of now.