We participate in Crowfounding for the planting of mixed species trees capable of fixing about 200 kg of CO2 per year; they will integrate the existing trees in the Alda Merini Park in Prato
Cotton, linen, wool, alpaca and silk are dyed with botanical dyes extracted from the roots, leaves and woods of the dyeing plants of Campeggio, Robbia, Castagno, Mimosa and Solidago with a completely sustainable technique.
A modern evolution of ancient knowledge: our vision of a circular economy.
Sustainable yarns that use regenerated raw materials.
These yarns are obtained from regenerated colored cotton fibers coming from textile scraps restored to their fiber state.
The recycled fiber is then reinterpreted with creativity in different subtleties and aspects.
Naturally colored yarns, selecting the different shades of the Peruvian alpaca fleece, which does not undergo any treatment other than washing.
The natural color palette ranges from white, cream, gray brown, to black.
The PET used is entirely recycled from post-consumer plastic bottles collected and treated in Italy, through a mechanical and non-chemical process.
Installation of a (134 kwp) photovoltaic system on the roof of IIF headquarters
We support TREEDOM project (aimed to neutralize CO2 emissions by planting trees in Africa)
IIF starts to use only renewable energy
Compliance with the 4Sustainability protocols
Adoption of the Detox commitment.
Launch of yarns made with recycled components for the TEX line.
Launch of yarns made with recycled fibers
Obtained GRS certification (Global Recycled Standard) for recycled fibers
Launch of ECOllection, the company’s Green line, with a selection of “naturally colored” alpaca yarns
The Ecollecton line expands with the innovative project of special yarns dyed only with botanical dyes
Obtaining new product certifications for cotton, mohair, wool: OCS – RMS – RWS
Acquisition of FSC and ECOVERO certifications for viscose coming from forests managed in a correct and sustainable way