Bamboo Fiber

Bamboo fiber is a regenerated cellulose fiber extracted from the pulp of the bamboo grass, used to make the so called “bamboo fabric”, a natural textile that is largely used by many manufacturers thanks to its excellent properties.

First, bamboo fabric is not only light and strong, but also a powerful antibacterial and disinfectant, which is the reason why it is used to make many sanitary materials, including bandages, masks, surgical clothes, sanitary towels and food packing.

Thanks to its natural properties, bamboo fiber can absorb and evaporate human sweat in a few seconds and does not require any chemical process, which means that it will not cause any skin… [READ MORE]


The invention of LYCRA® fiber is of relevant importance as it helped the universe of fashion in its development and rising.
Before the Invista (formerly DuPont) scientists invented it in 1958, swimsuits were made with simple fabrics, such as cotton, which changed shaped when wet (and that’s probably why no swimwear advertisement showed wet swimsuits in their campaigns). These scientists were actually looking for some new fiber that could replace the use of rubber in corsetry.

Thanks to its fantastic and advantageous properties, such as flexibility, chlorine resistance and the capability of stretching up to 7 times its original shape, LYCRA® was first appreciated and loved by dancers, as… [READ MORE]