SUSTAINABLE FABRICS

CERTIFICATIONS

The choice of using only eco-sustainable, natural and certified fabrics gives high quality and comfort to the garments. Natural fibers require less energy and are biodegradable. The fibers made form rigenerated plastic are a good alternative to create new raw materilas from waste.

Specific textile certifications guarantee a production with low environmental impact and without the use of harmful chemicals.

SUSTAINABLE FABRICS

CERTIFICATIONS

The choice of using only eco-sustainable, natural and certified fabrics gives high quality and comfort to the garments. Natural fibers require less energy and are biodegradable. The fibers made form rigenerated plastic are a good alternative to create new raw materilas from waste.

Specific textile certifications guarantee a production with low environmental impact and without the use of harmful chemicals.

sustainable fibers

NATURAL FIBERS

The natural fibers we use, such as cotton, come from organic cultivation and comply with environmental and social production standards (GOTS – Global Organic Textile Standard).

SYNTHETIC FIBERS

The chosen synthetic fibers are produced only using recycled material. Polyester, for example, is certified by the Global Recycled Standard, which verifies its entire production process.

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USING DYES REGULATED BY ECOLOGICAL STANDARDS, REDUCE THE DISPERSION OF POLLUTING SUBSTANCES ESPECIALLY IN THE WATER DURING THE PRODUCTION PROCESS, THEREFORE ARE LESS TOXIC FOR PEOPLE HEALTH AND THE ECOSYSTEM.

PRINTING PROCESS

FEATURES

All patterns are printed on fabrics by an italian company based in Alba (CN).

Their technology saves 90% of water, reduces CO2 emissions and energy consumption.

The company has also obtained the OEKO TEX Standard 100 certification, which means that no harmful substances are used in the processes and dyes.

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TEXTILE WASTE

ARTISAN PRODUCTION

Each garment is bespoke and artisan made by Vittoria in her studio.

This also allows her to avoid stock inventories and overproduction.

REUSE

A further commitment is linked to fabric leftovers. In the studio she reuses textile waste as much as possible, giving it a new life, creating small accessories.