Eco-sustainable fabrics from Maglificio
Maglificio Ripa, a leading knitting company based in Italy, in cooperation with ROICA by Asahi Kasei, has developed a range of fabrics for the Autumn/Winter 2018 season.
Maglificio Ripa, a leading knitting company based in Italy, in cooperation with ROICA by Asahi Kasei, has developed a range of fabrics for the Autumn/Winter 2018 season, with the use of Asahi Kaseiâ€™s eco-sustainable yarn, reinstating its commitment to protecting the environment.
The company, which is involved in developing new, authentically eco-sustainable products in conformity with the Oeko-Tex and Reach protocols and more recently Greenpeaceâ€™s Detox programme, says it is contributing to the eco-sustainable future of the planet through its continuous investments in research and innovation.
From fashion, to sportswear, from underwear to beachwear, Maglificio Ripaâ€™s mission is to interpret and anticipate the marketâ€™s now-growing demand for authentically eco-sustainable products. â€œThis mission has been pursued with tenacity and transparency and can be seen throughout the four main collections Dress, Skin, Splash, Sport, which cover practically all areas of fashion,â€ the company explains.
The beauty of Maglificio Ripaâ€™s sustainable fabrics is also guaranteed by the combination of two innovative high-tech fibres, a GRS-certified Q-Nova, made from regenerated nylon, and Evo, a high-tech 100 per cent bio-based yarn, both patented by the Italian company Fulgar.