A comprehensive program that helps fashion brands, designers and suppliers continuously improve how clothes are made. The Fashion Positive Initiative applies the Cradle to Cradle Certified™ Product Standard to transform the way apparel and accessories are made.
Bacx™ by Centro Seta has been officially launched this month (November 2014). The A/W 2015-2016 collection is therefore now available in all C.L.A.S.S. showrooms.
Weaving the natural strength of the Tibetan Plateau with the finest artisanal traditions of Italy. Discover the new collection of accessories in soft baby yak, until December 5th, 2014.
The Max Mara Weekend brand introduced in the A/W 2014/15 collection a selection of garments made of a special hi-tech fabric made with NewLife™, a Made in Italy yarn obtained by converting recycled plastic bottles.
Adriana Zalacain, a C.L.A.S.S. eco-fashion partner, has just announced her new womenswear collection. CUS is Adriana’s personal project that sources exclusively environmentally friendly fabrics
Asahi Kasei, an eco-material partner of C.L.A.S.S. with its innovative brands Roica and Cupro, opened a new museum dedicated to Cupro linings on October 8th, 2014.
Designers Olivia d’Aboville and Amina Aranaz-Alunan have been commissioned to create new collections for Home and Fashion using Philippine indigenous materials. Spotted at NeoTextiles second edition at Manila FAME.
This week Giusy Bettoni will bring C.L.A.S.S. in the Philippines! The main event is Design Talks on October 16th, opening day of the Manila Fame fair (the country’s premier trade platform for exports and design, from October 16th to 19th). Design Talks is a meeting on design and sustainability featuring notable names in the local and international design industry.
The new C.L.A.S.S. World Tour introduces its latest, exclusive and innovative materials made with the smartest sustainable technologies. Selected and invited audiences can review everything on offer today. The Tour starts in Milan, on September 9th.
C.L.A.S.S. è lieta di presentare – attraverso un’intervista al suo direttore, Mauro Rossetti – l’Associazione Tessile e Salute, nata per tutelare il consumatore da articoli tessili/pelletteria/calzature dannosi per la salute.