PVH Europe, the headquarters of PVH Corp.’s [NYSE: PVH] European operations announces a multi-year partnership together with circular fashion technology group, Infinited Fiber Company to elevate the sustainability of products offered in Europe under PVH Corp.’s iconic Calvin Klein and TOMMY HILFIGER brands. Infinited Fiber Company uses breakthrough textile waste regeneration technology to create Infinna™, a novel textile fiber, which will first be used to craft TOMMY HILFIGER products in Europe, before scaling to Calvin Klein products. This new partnership echoes PVH Corp.’s long-term commitment to innovation, circularity, and its Forward Fashion strategy to reduce all negative impacts to zero by 2030.
We’re delighted to share that we’ve achieved certification for recycled content under the SCS Global Services Recycled ContentStandard.Our regenerated Infinna™ textile fiber is certified as having a minimum of 99% post-consumer recycled content.
INDEX™20, Geneva A shared commitment to bringing circular materials and sustainable practices to the nonwovens industry, and a desire to differentiate positively in the single-use items market, brought together the innovative textile technology group Infinited Fiber Company and Suominen , the global market leader in nonwovens for wipes, to create a nonwoven sheet made 100% from regenerated textile waste.
The nonwovens industry is ready for a more sustainable future: one that’s not reliant on virgin resources, where microplastic emissions are eliminated, and where disposable single-use items are biodegradable. At Infinited Fiber Company we are on a mission to use our fiber regeneration innovation to make this future a reality with our Infinna™ fiber, which looks and feels soft and natural like cotton – and is currently created 100% out of textile waste.
Outdoor apparel company Patagonia and circular fashion and textile technology group Infinited Fiber Company have signed a multiyear sales agreement for Infinited Fiber Company’s unique, premium-quality regenerated textile fiber Infinna™, which is created out of textile waste. The move marks a major milestone for both companies towards making textile circularity an everyday reality: The deal guarantees Patagonia access to the limited-supply fiber over the coming years and secures future sales income for Infinited Fiber Company as it ramps up production.