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You can read all about new sustainable standards introduced by Riri, along with the launch of our new SE 2022 collection, in the interesting Rivet special column published on the Sourcing Journal. The main highlights are the transition to exclusive use of recycled polyester for tapes and zippers and the different emotional responses to the pandemic expressed in the three themes of our latest collection.
The prestigious magazine Fashion United reports the introduction of recycled polyester as production standard for our range of zippers. “Utilizing recycled polyester, the company will effectively reduce by 32 per cent their emissions from purchasing polyester” reads the article devoted to this major innovation for 2021 introduced by Riri Group.
“Riri has completed the transition to 100% recycled polyester in their zipper tapes”. A special column published by Arsutoria, the leading B2B Italian magazine for footwear professionals and designers, to announce the latest major innovation in the field of sustainability introduced by Riri Group.
“Only recycled polyester in zippers manufactured by Riri”, reads the title of the article published online by La Spola, one of the most popular Italian magazines for textile and apparel. La Spola has published a special column about the great announcement of 2021: the introduction of recycled polyester as the production standard for our range of tapes.
On Closed Magazine an article dedicated to Cobrax that shows “how a 100% Made in Italy button is made”. Popular German brand Closed, that over the years has become a true excellence in the apparel sector, in its magazine’s latest issue, has dedicated a special story to Cobrax and its buttons.
An interview with Nantas Montonati, Riri Group Sales and Marketing Manager, for the “Face 2 Face” feature in the online magazine Fibre 2 Fashion: thoughts about the present, ideas for the future and the brand strategy on the accessory market for the fashion industry are some of the topics explored in this in-depth analysis of the contemporary scenario.
“More often than not, consumers do not have clear ideas regarding what can actually be considered sustainable”: read more in this interesting interview on the topic of sustainability and eco-good practices with Marco Bruno, QA Compliance, Sustainability & HSE Group Manager at Riri.