Orange Fiber is the First Brand to Make Fabric from Juice Byproducts

By: Mishal Omar - May 15, 2017
References: orangefiber.it & orangefiber.it
Orange Fiber is a sustainable Italian textile company, with the brand Salvatore Ferragamo being the first fashion house to use its textiles in its collection.

The Orange Fiber brand is the first of its kind, with its extremely unique products being made from citrus juice byproducts. Had Orange Fiber not decided to use these byproducts to create its textiles, they would otherwise have been left to waste. The textiles are made from a "silk-like cellulose that can blend with other materials" and offer a soft, lightweight and silky texture that can either be opaque or shiny depending on the needs of the purchaser.

This textile brand's innovative and eco-friendly approach to fabric production makes it highly distinct when compared to its competitors.