Carlo Pignatelli chooses Bemberg™ with Brunello fabrics to launch the sustainable Green capsule collection of bridal dresses
“Fashion has always represented a need translated into culture. Now more than ever putting effort into research and development of ideas that respect the world we live in is a must.” Explains Carlo Pignatelli, “And above all we must guarantee customers maximum transparency and traceability, through excellent collaborations such as the one with Bemberg™ Fiber and Brunello with its high-quality and sustainable fabrics proudly made in Italy ”.
Among the three special sartorial creations belonging to the Green capsule by Carlo Pignatelli, is the slipped mermaid line dress Mirella [pictured]. The dress is all made with sustainable and certified materials such as organza, cotton, and viscose. The fabulous gown is made with a jacquard fabric by Brunello featuring Bemberg™ peach skin, which is coming from a special Velutine™ finishing.
Bemberg™ is made from the smart-tech transformation of cotton linters pre-consumer materials and converted through a traceable and transparent closed loop process. Its uniqueness comes from its exceptional quality characteristics as the magnificent touch of the fabric that results soft and smooth like silk, second skin-like, shining, and bright. Bemberg™ boosts also antistatic and breathable performances and the fiber is also biodegradable and compostable.
“We’re very honored to be part of this sustainable journey taken from the Carlo Pignatelli house.” Explain at Bemberg™. “Collaborations like this truly offer consumers something that is valuable and refined as much as responsible… And in name of circular economy”.
Brunello, leading textile company creating exquisite fabrics Made in Italy with a global perspective that since 1927 combines tradition, innovation, sustainability, and traceability, is Carlo Pignatelli exceptional supplier of Bemberg™ fabrics. The company’s fabrics and linings spread Italian excellence around the world through the processing of artificial textile fibers.