Italian company Brugnoli® unveils B.Recycled, its new high-quality, zero-kilometre fabric line based on recycled yarn, a product that adds a new dimension of eco-sustainability to the Brugnoli® offer. The company uses Q-NOVA® by Fulgar®, an eco-sustainable nylon 6.6 fibre obtained exclusively from pre-consumer recycling, which retains their qualitative features without needing to undergo further regeneration processes that would impact on environment, and also leading to a reduction in CO2 emissions and water consumption. Fabrics are created, produced and dyed in the same location, without the need to transport them elsewhere.
B.Recycled by Brugnoli® joins Br4, the innovative family of bio-based fabrics developed by Brugnoli®, which has now been enhanced by new solutions and variations including Br4-111, a light stretch Jersey that is ideal for T-shirts, Br4-9, a wonderfully comfortable double-sided fabric designed for leisure-time leggings and cardigans, and Br4-33, a versatile product with clean cut technology. “The choice of fibres and raw materials is the base to create a successful product, and that applies to eco-sustainablility too,” says Roberto Denna, President of Brugnoli®. “Developing a bio-based fabric, or one based on recycled yarn, must be in line with our quality standards oo the excellent touch, colour-fastness and stretch our products are known for. All these qualities distinguish every Brugnoli® fabric, and they are what the market expects from us.”
“We are delighted to contribute to create environmentally-aware, Made in Italy fabrics like those developed by our partner, Brugnoli®,” adds Alan Garosi, Marketing Manager at Fulgar. “This represents a guarantee of increasingly sustainable fashion in order to protect our environment and our region.”