RESPONSIBLE INNOVATION SS 2022 – A Journey to be Better
Responsible innovation means creating a transparent, eco-centric strategy around all the aspects of corporate business, manufacture and final products. These values are strongly embedded in Filpucci DNA and they constitute the guide lines adopted by the company in its journey towards a more responsible approach to smart design and manufacture.
Filpucci Group represents a pioneer manufacturing reality in the high-end – low impact fantasy yarn industry. Together with GRS (Global Recycled Standard), GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) obtained in Spring – Summer 2019 and the well-established circular economy brand Re.VersoTM, the company has achieved further certifications for viscose and wool since Autumn-Winter 2020, such as FSC (Forest Stewardship Forest) RWS (Responsible Wool Standard).
For Spring–Summer 2021 Filpucci proposes 38 sustainable yarns for Filpucci Collection.
Re.VerSo™ is a new circular economy brand of a manufacturing system for wool, baby camel and cashmere. It has been developed by qualified Italian partners and it represents a really advanced, integrated, fully transparent and traceable supply chain. Re.VerSo™ gathers, selects and processes exclusive pre-consumer offcuts and trimming recovered from already dyed wool and cashmere materials. Re.VerSo™ represents an innovative, refined, smart-oriented and pioneering manufacture process characterised by values that are aligned to any contemporary consumer’s needs.
Global Recycled Standard (GRS)
Global Recycled Standard (GRS) is promoted by Textile Exchange, one of the most important no-profit organization that promotes international responsible and sustainable development in the textile industry.
GRS provides evidence for and criteria to cover the following areas:
- composition of the product and content of recycled materials;
- maintaining traceability throughout the entire production process;
- restrictions on the use of chemical;
- compliance with relevant environmental criteria as water supply and discharge as well as energy recovery;
- respect of social criteria relating to workers’ rights.