DINO ALVÉS designed this dress with soya from waste, Cly Seacell and Hemp. The composition of these 3 alternative, eco-conscious natural fibres whose properties promote comfort, health and well-being, has been made by RDD TEXTILES. The dress has therapeutic benefits, such as anti-bacterial effect, UV protection, and cell regeneration.
Designer WELICA CORDEIRO's garment has been created with a knitted fabric made with Organic Wool, Biodegradable Polyamide Amni Soul Eco and Tencel. ‘Organic wool’, means that the material has been farmed, without chemicals. Amni Soul Eco is eliminated from the planet in about 5 years. Tencel cellulosic fibres of botanic origin define a new standard of sustainability and natural comfort. The textile is from LMA-LEANDRO MANUEL ARAÚJO.
JOAO FEITOR'S total look, produced by a fabric that comes from the junction of a cork industry waste with natural cotton fibre, incorporating the natural properties of cork in the jacquard fabric, such as anti-dust mites, antibacterial, fire resistance and sound insulation. The innovation is from CORK-A-TEX.
Dress-Coat produced with fabric “ECOLAM” by LAMEIRINHO INDÚSTRIA TEXTIL. The yarn is produced from waste came from the production (cutting remains). The company collects waste, which is shredded and spun, and reintegrated into the production process as a raw material. The design is by MANIFESTO MODA.
Dress by ANA SALAZAR, created with Knitted fabric by A. SAMPAIO & FILHOS. It combines the excellent natural properties of merino wool with the added elasticity and mechanical strength provided by the polyamide fibre. The great innovation of this fabric is that the synthetic component was designed to be biodegradable in an industrial landfill environment.