Rocle by Isabella is offering a new Evergreen collection for the first time for summer 2020 with around fifteen print designs on recycled or bio-sourced fabrics. This offer brings a real creative dimension to recycled fabrics that are usually plain-coloured.
The collection is divided into two lines: the first offers recycled polyesters for swimwear, created using the Seaqual4U fibre (brand new fibre using plastic waste collected from the ocean depths) and a lingerie range, on recycled polyesters made with the Newlife yarn (created from plastic bottles). The second line consists of prints on bio-sourced polyamide, featuring EVO® by Fulgar. “We have interpreted prints from our Kinfolk theme, dedicated to nature, the plant and animal world in all its different forms. The inks used are regulated by Oeko-Tex certification and the Reach regulation. We also ensure that the printing process, whether pigment-printing or inkjet, is as environmentally-friendly as possible,” underlines Emmanuelle Bonnetin, company CEO.
Created in 2007, Rocle by Isabella is a French company specializing in the lingerie and swimwear market. It is capable of producing up to 25,000 metres of creative fabrics each week. Working with many big-name brands, it exports 65% of production.