Filati Naturali obtains Textile Exchange certification for the GRS (Global Recycle Standard) and takes its range of noble yarns to the next level in a sophisticated and contemporary collection. In line with company objectives on circular economy, Filati Naturali recently obtained GRS (Global Recycle Standard) certification from Textile Exchange, the international no-profit organisation that supports the commitment of manufacturers in accelerating the implementation of sustainability in the textiles production chain. This certification attests to the presence of recycled raw materials in the production cycle, it guarantees traceability all the way to the finished product while monitoring conformity with environmental practices and social responsibility, as well as the absence of harmful chemical substances. As in every season, the Filati Naturali range is based on the use of pure and natural raw materials in sophisticated and elegant yarns with a contemporary approach. Silk-linen and silk-cotton are two of the most representative blends that make the most of the precious qualities of silk. A special mention of the “high end” cotton range, where this fibre is redeemed by its sporty aesthetic component and subjected to twisting and constructions that ennoble its impact making the yarn more versatile for a higher end, more urban placement, in keeping with the precious qualities of the other ranges. A cashmere-cotton blend stands out from the ranges, with long slubs and positive/negative colour effects. The pursuit continues in obtaining multi-seasonal yarns with noble blends of cashmere, silk and linen. The colour palette is renewed with fresh seasonal hues, yellows and other trendy shades that give the colour charts a sunnier quality.