Suppliers and Brands That Are Innovating The Use of Modal Fabric

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It’s considered an eco-friendly alternative to cotton as beech trees take 10-20 times less water to grow. As it is a man-made fiber made from natural materials, it’s completely biodegradable.

Although the material is plant-based, the production process includes soaking the fabric in chemicals such as sodium hydroxide and carbon disulfide, hence why it’s referred to as semi-synthetic.

The primary producer of modal fabric worldwide is Lenzing AG, which has the trademark for modal fabric.

Here are suppliers and brands of modal fabric that are manufacturing with the environment in mind:

 

Isil Tekstil

A global leader of sustainable fabrics, Istil Tekstil in Turkey is equipped with top of the line technology for spinning, dyeing, knitting and printing. This supplier currently exports their modal fabrics among many others to Spain, England, Italy, Germany and several more.

With a sustainable approach to production, Isil Tekstil makes a mean effort to reduce their carbon footprint by instilling eco-friendly values into the company.

Every step of their production process meets with OEKOTEX-100 standards along with GOTS. Their tencel modal is produced from sustainable wood resources that they obtain from certified producers such as Lenzing, Birla and Eastman Naia.

 

 

 

Grupo Karin’s Yarn Division

A textiles manufacturer with a global presence, Grupo Karin’s Yarn Division has a vision to create an innovative company through sustainable solutions. Based in Honduras, this supplier is globally competitive with their experienced production and blending process.

They offer a gorgeous range of cotton modal blends made at their state of the art mills, meeting with COTTON USA and COTTON LEADS requirement.

Grupo Karin is a manufacturer that takes social responsibility seriously, as they give back to developing communities by setting up education, environmental and sustainability initiatives. The company strives to continue pushing for sustainable fabric production by always searching for modern production methods.

 

 

 

Armedangels

Armedangels is an eco-conscious brand that makes timeless apparel that is sustainable and fairly produced. Hoping to tackle fast fashion, they want to make fashion “fair” and make it all about trends that never go out of style with the best quality.

They use tencel modal, organic cotton, linen and lyocell, as well as recycled cotton to produce their gorgeous Fair Trade garments.

GOTS certified since 2011, they continue to push for the highest ethical standards to make sustainable and everlasting t-shirts that will always remain a fashion staple.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lanius

Passionate about responsible fashion, Lanius is an eco-conscious fashion brand from Germany. Approved by PETA, they make sustainably made garments for women who care about timeless style as much they do for animals.

Their casualwear and underdresses are made with 100% modal fabric sourced from Lenzing in Austria. Lenzing is able to minimize water use and emissions to ensure sustainable production. Choosing fabrics from such suppliers has earned Lanius the suitable certification from GOTS.

Lanius encourages their customers to think organic and to invest in “slow fashion”. The brand believes in producing garments that their target consumers will take care of for years to come and slow to put a stop in the works for fast fashion.

 

 

Marmar Copenhagen

Established in 2008, Marmar Copenhagen is a sustainable fashion brand designing premium children’s wear. Founder and designer Marlene Holmboe dreamt of creating long-lasting clothes for the children of future generations on the planet.

The brand holds sustainable values dear to their business and they’ve set up the NOOS programme “Never Out of Stock” clothes line which consists of their cotton modal products. This was Marlene’s way of always having high-quality basics available and also minimizing consumer consumption.

The company produces mainly in Europe and uses no harmful chemicals or treatments on their materials. As it stands, 70% of the brand’s current production meets with OEKOTEX-100 standards and they are always pushing to raise this number.

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