Vittorio II:

Vittorio II consists of upholstery fabrics that are suitable for outdoor and indoor use. The color lines refer to the summer landscape and the colors of natural surroundings: Sand, Palms, Water, Sunshine, Wind & Reefs

Vittorio II was inspired by the summer climate with diverse patterns, structures and colors.  Among them, there are innovative outdoor bouclé fabrics (MUSGRAVE, PERTH); a timeless and universal houndstooth (CHATHAM); an ever so popular terrace-discovered striped design (FITZROY); and two uniform muted weaves (LADY ELLIOT, WHITEHAVEN).  Collectively, these 6 patterns constitute the basis of Vittorio II.

The fabrics in Vittorio II are manufactured through textile recycling. The fabrics have been certified by the Global Recycled Standard, which sets out the requirements for certification of recycled fibres. The GRS program aims at increasing the use of recycled materials while taking care of the environment, social conditions or control of chemicals used which are safe for humans and the environment.

With the welfare of our planet in mind, we have implemented sustainable production solutions, which are essential when it comes to protecting nature and the environment.  Textiles from production waste are processed into yarn from which new fabrics are made in the next stage. The process is carried out without using water and thus without depleting natural resources. Producing fabrics in a zero waste spirit means leaving a low carbon footprint, which helps us to play an important role in climate protection.

Patterns in the Collection

CHATHAM Royal Jelly
FITZROY Spring Coral
LADY ELLIOT Dusty Blue
MUSGRAVE Dusty Blue
PERTH Homeward Bound
WHITEHAVEN Cannes Blue

Vittorio II fabrics are safe both for people and for the environment.  Oeko-Tex Standard 100 certificate guarantees that the fabrics are free from harmful substances and allergens. At the same time, the fabrics received the Global Recycled Standard certificate, setting out the requirements for the certification of recycled fibres. The aim of the GRS programme is to increase the use of recycled materials while at the same time taking care of the environment, social conditions and control of chemicals used that are safe both for humans and the environment.

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