J.Lindeberg makes cotton knits with Tintex’s Tencel fabric


J.Lindeberg has launched new cotton knits with Tintex in pure versions or in blend with Tencel fabric or recycled polyester for its range of classic and evergreen t-shirts, sweatshirts and hoodies. J.Lindeberg is the Scandinavian fashion house that combines fashion and activewear for women and men for versatile products designed for an active life.

The relaxed and loose fit cotton t-shirt is made by 67 per cent Tencel Lyocell, 33 per cent cotton, while the hoodie cut from a knitted, mercerised cotton-jersey has the Plummy by Tintex trademark to mercerise cotton fabrics with no chemicals and less water than traditional treatment, according to a press release by Tintex.

Jersey manufacturer Tintex has over time established itself as a global leader in smart innovation. For the new upcoming collections the company goes even beyond its pay- off Naturally Advanced to reach the new one, Naturally Advanced Evolution, which means working together to develop collections combining a strong environment-driven approach with cutting-edge technology. The result of this positive approach gave rise to collaborations with premium brands as J.Lindeberg.