The Italian brand Save the Duck, for its 21-22 winter collection, opts for 100% animal-free and cruelty-free materials for its ‘we love nature’ sustainable clothing line. Dust fabric is used in one of the brand's exclusive products along with edge-cut biodegradable 6.6 polyamide Amni Soul Eco yarn.
In Europe, Italy based Fulgar, is the main distributor of Amni Soul Eco yarn and also leads in high-tech and eco-sustainable yarns.
Amni Soul Eco is a revolutionary biodegradable material that takes 5 years to decompose and should be disposed of in a special anaerobic tip. We love nature line is made of 94% biodegradable materials which is an ode paid to mother nature and her exhausting valuable resources. They also used soya made organic padding material. Nicolas Bargi, the founder of Save the Duck brand, expresses his immense fortune to use such eco-friendly materials like Amni Soul Eco for their clothing line, he also affirms that innovation in technology and advanced researches in the future will provide them with more exposure and availability of resources to maintain our biodiversity and beautiful nature.
Fulgar says, with Save the Duck's first biodegradable Amni Soul Eco collection he appreciates the development made in the sector and commits to promoting ethical and green sustainable designs. The collection will go live in FW 21-22.
Fulgar is one of the successful leaders in the synthetic fiber sector worldwide, that provides nylon 6,6 and many other technical fabrics. It has a promising future in the sector with its new installations and production centers. It caters to all sectors in textiles, from hosiery to knits, offering excellent products with the tag 'Made in Italy' which stands for its quality and exclusivity.
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