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With an extensive and growing environmental and social footprint across the globe, there is an urgent need to accelerate the decision-making process on sustainability in the fashion industry. Copenhagen Fashion Summit 2020 will once again present the Innovation Forum, a curated exhibition area, which features some of the world’s most promising sustainable solutions.
In addition to solutions being presented in the exhibition area, matchmaking and guided tours connect Innovation Forum exhibitors with representatives from fashion brands looking for sustainable solutions across the value chain.
Eastman Naia™ cellulosic yarn is made with sustainably sourced wood and offers full traceability from tree to yarn. Made in accordance with the highest safety, social and environmental standards, Naia™ is responsibly sourced from sustainably managed pine and eucalyptus plantations, ensuring no deforestation.
Evrnu has invented fibre technology that transforms old clothing into high quality, new raw materials. Working with brands, fibre producers and mills, Evrnu creates and licenses fibre formulations with unique performance and environmental advantages.
As a world-leading ingredient brand, ISKO™ is the only denim mill in the world to have been awarded both the Nordic Swan Ecolabel and the EU Ecolabel. With 2,000 high-tech, automated looms, the company has a production capacity of 300 million meters of fabric per year.
TrusTrace is a traceability solution available that focuses solely on the fashion industry and represents an ideal partner for brands and suppliers who are looking to improve their supply chain operations, mitigate value chain risks and transform towards the use of sustainable materials.
YKK develops and produces a range of fastening solutions, including zippers, hook-and-loop fasteners, fabric tapes, plastic products, snaps and buttons. The company’s product line includes small parts with a big impact on sustainability, such as zippers made from recycled or plant-derived materials.