Categorie : Eucalyptus


fb_gloreEco-fashion online store Glore explains the characteristics of TENCEL® at one glance: Typical fiber-characteristics of TENCEL® are its eco-responsible sustainability and its resistance against creasing. The article also explains where TENCEL® comes from, and much more. German only:



The Future of Apparel: Sustainable Vegan Fashion by Umasan

IFB_umasannterview in online-magazine „Eigenwerk“ with Anja and Sandra Umann, founders of the Berlin-based Eco- and Vegan-Fashion label Umasan. Umasan only works with both sustainable and vegan raw materials and fibers, amongst them TENCEL®. Find the whole Umasan-interview (German only) on:

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TENCEL® and Hyped Berlin-based Umasan-Label: The Vegan Approach

tencelgeneralnew1If you attended the Mercedes-Benz Berlin Fashion Week in January, chances are that you will have heard the buzz about Berlin-based ethical vegan design house Umasan’s second runway show, “Seasons of Life.” TENCEL®, by the way, is one of the basic materials which Umasan-founders, Anja and Sandra Umann, work with.

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Can Bamboo or Hemp be Used for the Raw Material?

So far a question we received today (and we promised to answer this question right away here and on Facebook): Using pulp from bamboo to our knowledge should be feasible. With regard to hemp, we unfortunately would have to consult our “experts”. However, Lenzing uses the pulp from eucalyptus trees as the basic resource for TENCEL® – for some good reasons: As Lenzing takes care of sustainable and environmentally responsible farming, the eucalyptus tree-farms used for our fibers suit the best. Not only because our technical experience works the best with pulp from eucalyptus trees, but also because through our long cooperation with the selected eucalyptus-tree farms we can be sure our principles of an eco-friendly handling without exploiting the soil or the eucalyptus trees are followed. Besides, feel welcome to find more information on:

Huesler Nest/Liforma system combination classic – corn/Tencel Solo

4 parts bedding combination by Huesler Nest: Classic, soft with a 100% sheep wool top, whose climate-regulating characteristics are achieved by a blend of corn and TENCEL®. Seen on:


Brothers Want to Produce the World´s Eco-Friendliest Apparel

All of the clothes produced by their company “Rapanui” consist of natural fabrics derived from biologically grown resources processed in plants run on renewable energy carriers. This year Rapanui has started to work on Eucalyptus TENCEL® for their products. Mart Drake-Knight, co-founder of Rapanui: “Eucalyptus TENCEL® is simply the most eco-friendly fiber on the market. It is perfect for the production of tops and silky-soft fabrics which fit perfectly. The fabric is completely smooth and boasts a brilliant color-depth as well as being moisture-absorbing, permeable to air, skin-friendly and naturally hygienic with the ability to block bacterial growth.

Drylife® Kids – New Webpage

The New Zealand based company DRYLIFE®  has just come up with their new webpage. DryLife®’s innovative range of bedding products for babies and kids works with TENCEL®

Spring-Summer Collection for Children from 0 to 18 Months

chicco1FBThe kids-article company Chicco recently presented their spring/summer collection 2010 for children from 0 to 28 months made of fabrics based upon various fibres, among them TENCEL®.

TENCEL® – The New Age Fiber


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Botanic fiber for the environment

environmentTENCEL® is 100 % natural. The fiber is extracted from eucalyptus wood originating entirely from sustainable forest plantations. In eco terms, eucalyptus is an interesting raw material since it grows rapidly and does not need artificial irrigation or gene manipulation. TENCEL® is produced in an eco-friendly closed loop production process consuming only 1 % of the water quantities required to cultivate conventional cotton.

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