- Our suppliers offer us an approval and traceability through the fibers that are traceable through DNA, guaranteeing us and enabling us to certify the sustainability of the fabrics:


The world's first biodegradable polyamide yarn, which allows clothes made from it to decompose in less than three years when properly disposed of in landfills - allows for a new design for textile articles. Amni Soul Eco® represents a major sustainable advance for the entire textile industry, thus contributing to the maintenance of the environment for future generations.




The Better Cotton Initiative (BCI) is a non-profit organization, created in 2005, which works to improve world cotton production for those who produce it, for the environment in which it is grown and for the future of the sector. It advocates the awareness and orientation of agents in the cotton production chain on the importance of fair labor relations and socioenvironmental responsibility in the field. These actions are fundamental to respond to the growing demand, in the globalized market, for cotton produced following the correct sustainability criteria (transparency in the market and cotton traceability). Here in Brazil, the actions of BCI, which is an international institution, are developed in partnership with ABRAPA (Brazilian Association of Cotton Producers). Currently all of our cotton suppliers are BCI members.



EUROPEAN FLAX® is the qualitative visa of premium European linen fibre for all applications. It preserves, highlights a uniquely European agriculture and industry. Fibre is produced in Western Europe: France, Belgium, the Netherlands.

Respect for the environnement:
no irrigation – guaranteed 99,9% by CELC, a rotation crop, with no GMO, low use of fertilizer and pesticide, with no defoliant, natural field retting, a carbon sink, storing 400 000 tons of CO2 each year, no waste – all the plant is used, fibre extraction (scutching) is 100% mechanical.

Social responsibility and ethics:
Fibre production in compliance with International Labour Organization rules, a 100% vegetal and vegan fibre.

Fibre proven qualities:
Comfort, Thermoregulation, Moisture Management and Anallergy.



Nuevo tejido ECOVERO – Ravial

Lenzing™, the world's largest producer of viscose fibers, based in Austria, produces EcoVero™ fibers. They have an identification technology, which makes the product more transparent in relation to the practices of raw material acquisition, informing that its fibers are extracted from wood, coming from sustainable forest plantations, which are certified by independent textile industry associations. EcoVero™ fibers are manufactured using an ecological production process, with low emissions and environmental impacts, including rivers, which are much smaller than the conventional viscose production system.



Fabric Spotlight: Modal | Eaglefabrics' Blog

Lenzing Modal® has consolidated itself in the world market for Modal fiber, in addition to being soft, having quality and naturalness, the fiber is produced in accordance with Lenzing Fibers' sustainability standards. It gives added value to the fabrics, since the production of the fiber follows strict quality guidelines and extreme care in protecting the environment.


What is Tencel and Why is it Eco?

Tencel is extracted from the cellulose of certified aucalyptus trees, which need little water for production. It was created and certified by Lenzing™. The production of this fiber is considered a closed cycle, that is, everything is recycled and reused, avoiding waste. Tencel clothes have a different touch. When compared to cotton, you can see that they are soft and smooth. The absorption capacity is also much higher, so the fabric is ideal for garments that are used every day. The nanofibrillar structure is innovative and, with it, the sensation of humidity is avoided, helping to inhibit bacterial formation, that is, it has antibacterial properties. In addition to having a longer life span without losing quality.




What does STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® mean? | Siser

Oeko-Tex®100 is an international certification system for the textile sector that covers stages of the process, from the raw material to the final finishing of the fabrics, aiming to make sure that the products are free of substances harmful to human health. Made by autonomous and internationally recognized institutes, it is based on simulations of absorption of chemical substances by the body through the skin, orally or respiratoryly. Ensuring the non-toxicity of all tissues in direct contact with the human body.



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