Eastman, maker of sustainably sourced Naia cellulosic fiber, announces the launch of its Naia fiber in the sweaters/knitwear category at Première Vision-Paris Digital Show (PV), the digital international fashion and textile show, Feb. 15–19.
Naia fiber is a sustainable choice for sweaters and knitwear, giving designers more choices and versatility to create. Luxurious features like luster, beautiful drape and silky soft hand—coupled with comfort and easy care—make Naia the perfect component* for spring/summer 2022 collections.
“Now, designers can produce sweaters that meet both quality and consumer sustainability needs, making Naia fiber the perfect choice for conscious fashion”, says Carolina Sister Cohn, global segment market manager at Eastman.
Eastman Naia cellulosic fiber is a sustainable fiber made from wood pulp. With full traceability from tree to fiber, Naia cellulosic fiber is made in the U.S.A. with the highest safety, social and environmental standards. Eastman’s closed-loop production process allows recycling and safe reuse of solvents and water, resulting in fibers that have a low environmental impact.