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Published on Wednesday, 05 December 2012

Retailer selects Bamboo lyocell for denim

Written by John Mowbray

nankantan_logoOSLO – A Norwegian-based start-up clothing brand, which makes jeanswear and casual apparel ‘without cotton’, has developed a new range of apparel using regenerated bamboo textiles derived from the lyocell fibre process. Usually, man-made bamboo-based fabrics rely on the fibres produced via the viscose route, which can be hazardous to the environment.


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