Iluna Group, founded in 1969 is known for their microfibre fabric and tulle, elastic and non-elastic lace for external apparel, underwear, corsetry and beachwear, hosiery, and articles without stitching, using Karl Mayer technology. The group is continuing collaborative efforts with Asahi Kasei, a diversified Japan-based manufacturer of fibres and chemicals, with the introduction of a new line – Green Label.
After a total switch last season that led the company to adopt the ROICA Eco Smart yarn by Asahi Kasei – a GRS-certified premium stretch yarn designed to ensure the recycling of production residues up to 60% on all top-of-the-range Jacquardtronic and Textronic articles – the company has introduced Green Label, realised with ROICA Eco Smart.
ROICA Eco-Smart is an eco-friendly, stretch yarn with clear and certified environmental benefits that’s blended into many of this season’s new collections . The production of this yarn uses more than 50% pre-production industrial waste material and is designed responsibly and ethically for customers looking to bring contemporary stretch to their own more sustainable product lines.
Green Label is a line that features lace, new double-needle bar lace and, for the very first time, fishnet stockings and jacquard. Aiming to represent creativity, technological innovation and environmental sustainability, it is an eco-fashion line, which includes lace and stockings, capable of combining ethics and high quality standards with a fashion image of bright and deep colours, according to the manufacturer.
With Green Label, Iluna Group says it aims to become a leader in the production of lace on a global scale, offering a new typology of fully GRS-certified products.