Certificated fabrics are an important tool to achieve sustainability.

Today’s customer is mind full. The growth of the fast-growing fashion market has also decreased with the growth of a more sustainable business approach. Today’s customer wants to know who made the product, who is going to benefit from the product, it’s origin, materials, and history of the product.

Traceability and Transparency

Traceability and transparency in the textile supply chain are essential for achieving sustainability in the textile and fashion industry. We are involved in the sustainable program for more transparent sourcing: “A Better Way” from Premiere Vision. We also work according to the Inditex ‘Join Life Program’.

Traceability is the ability to trace the whole lifecycle of a product from the raw material to the consumer, to disposal and recycle. Traceability information does not only convey the source location but also the impact the product has on the environment and people of the society. Traceability as a whole pushes for a more transparent textile supply chain. We can help you with the traceability of the fabric supply chain at any time on request.

European Flax ®

Cultivated at close-proximity, flax is grown in a wide coastal band of Western Europe stretching from the South of Normandy in Northern France through Belgium and the Netherlands: from Caen to Amsterdam. The only plant textile fiber originating on the continent, European linen cultivation cannot be relocated; its excellence is thanks to a unique combination: a natural, damp ocean climate, flax’s low thermal density, a rich soil and the experience of flax growers.

The Alliance for European Flax-Linen & Hemp is the only European agro-industrial organization that serves as a global reference and brings together all players in the European Flax-Linen and Hemp value chain. From field to finished product.

A highly desirable fiber, linen corresponds to the desires of a consumer seeking products that are both ethical and traceable: 61% say they are willing and ready to pay more for a product made from European-certified linen.

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GRS Certification

The Global Recycle Standard (GRS) is a certification for products made from recycled materials. The standard verifies the recycled content of a product, traceability of the materials used, and compliance with environmental and social standards.


The Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) was developed by leading standard setters to define world-wide recognized requirements for organic textiles.


Better Cotton Initiative (BCI), a global not-for-profit, is the world’s largest cotton sustainability programme.


OEKO-TEX® standards enable everyone to make responsible decisions and protect natural resources. Driven by sustainability and a dedication to transparency, our work is grounded in proven science.

Certified fibers

ECOVERO™ fibers; Experience comfort and style with sustainability in mind. Discover our ECOVERO™ fibers from botanic origin – the better choice for our planet! Innovative by nature.

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TENCEL™ is Lenzing’s flagship brand for textiles. Soft to the skin, smooth to the touch, luxurious in shine and flow—they caress the senses. 

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Also: EcoTang™ fiber, Livaeco™ by Birla, Organic Cotton, Recycled Cotton, Recycled Polyester, Cool Max.