Tencel denim cellulosic fibers of botanic origin are tailored to a sustainable lifestyle, liberating personal expression through movement by their natural comfort, smoothness, and versatility.
For 150 years, denim has been a growing part of the cultural landscape around the world. Its versatility allows it to be worn as work wear as well as fashion. Tencel denim gives customers peace of mind knowing their products are eco-responsible and have a low carbon footprint on the planet.
Jeans containing Tencel Lyocell and Modal fibers are produced using innovative REFIBRA™ technology with low amounts of water.
Lenzing said in a press release that the new collection of denim for women is 100 percent eco-oriented. Out of the 30 outfits of the collection, 15 are made with recycled fabrics and 15 also contain Tencel denim, high-quality fibers created by Lenzing Group, and derived from sustainable wood sources–natural forests and sustainably managed tree farms.
Gordillo hoped that Tencel denim was the right choice for him because it proves that eco-fashion does not need to compromise on its look and style. “The outfits will look spectacular in the fashion show and the most important thing is that, in this way, I have the guarantee that I am working with a fabric that was made with a process friendly to the environment.”
Tricia Carey, Director of global business development for denim at Lenzing Group said to Gordillo, “It was an honor to support Juan Carlos Gordillo with fabrics made with our Tencel denim fibers, and the Vienna Fashion Week is definitely the perfect stage to unveil our collaboration, since our company is based in Austria.”