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4th February 2019, Milan

Iluna Group presents sustainable lace in Milan

GRS certified galoons by Iluna Group with Roica EF. © Iluna Group

GRS certified galoons by Iluna Group with Roica EF. © Iluna Group

Driven by its commitment to implementing smart and innovative solutions in line with the latest global fashion trends, Iluna Group with Roica by Asahi Kasei join the latest edition of the Italian tradeshow Milano Unica, conceived, organised and driven by entrepreneurs, to offer international visibility to the world of textiles. The 28th edition of the show will take place from 5-7 February at Rho Fieramilano.

A unique offer that includes lace and stockings displaying a fashion image of bright and deep colours will be on show, combining innovation and sustainability.

An expert in the production of stretch lace since 1985, today Iluna represents the largest European lace producer. The company was the first lace producer to receive the GRS (Global Recycled Standard) certification for its transformed products, together with the company certification STeP (Sustainable Textile Production by Oeko –Tex).

“A relevant achievement for the firm that, thanks to the Green Label collection – a range that features a 360-degree responsible approach – made responsible innovation a key value for its production that focuses on smart ingredients as Roica Eco-Smart family, Tencel Lyocell and Q-Nova by Fulgar,” the company explains.

Multicolour raschel and textronic ultralight by Iluna Group. © Iluna Group

Multicolour raschel and textronic ultralight by Iluna Group. © Iluna Group

“Of major interest is the fact that the Iluna fashion R&D based its strategic choice for the S/S2020 on the extension of Textronic offer, that belongs to Ultralight series, enriched with new multicolour galloons and raschel allovers. The change of the colour of thread in the background, as well as in the design, gives the green to the reinvention of the same article now perceived in a completely different and impactful way.”

“The match between expectations of brands and retailers are met always keeping as a priority both the modern design and a responsible and fully traceable supply chain in order to guarantee the good-quality. A new challenge for Iluna is to devote a specific research by R&D on machineries, technologies and trials based on standard that may be certified offering an output characterised by a great design.”

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