The LENZING™ ECOVERO™ fiber is produced from certified renewable wood sources by the Austrian company Lenzing and is therefore the most environmentally friendly Vicose available on the market. The high ecological standard of LENZING™ ECOVERO™ Fibres are certified by the EU Ecolabel.
50% less water consumption & less chemicals = a present for our planet ♥ ♥ ♥
Organic cotton is a basic material in the sustainable textile industry.
The cultivation of organic cotton is free from artificial pesticides and fertilisers!
The water consumption is enormously reduced and the farmland can be cultivated for several years.
For organic cotton, trustworthy certificates should be considered. IRIEDAILY’s organic cotton has the following certificates: xxx
Recycled polyester can mean and contain many things. For example recycled beach/ocean palstics or recycled pet bottles. IRIEDAILY has decided to produce recycled polyester from waste products of the textile industry as well as from old clothes. The advantage of this is that the quality of the material is much better and the material can be recycled again and again in the textile industry.
The cradle-to-cradle principal!
Nature is beautiful and colorful! It offers us a number of plants with which we can dye woven materials. For the Spring/Summer 2021 collection we have put some t-shirts in the bath of natural colors and we are very excited about the result. But we already know that these items have unique properties and need special treatments: Because a fixation of the natural colors is not possible, the garment has to be washed separately in any case. In addition, a natural detergent should be used so that the color does not wash out. But let’s give nature a chance!
The great masterpiece of nature! As a textile material burdened with many prejudices for a long time, hemp now seems to be the „salvation“ of the modern sustainable textile industry. In contrast to cotton, the hemp plant need less water, is more productive, needs no pesticides or artificial fertilizers for growth and grows much faster than cotton. In addition, hemp can be used to produce a wide range of fibre thicknesses, so that the „scratchy“ image of hemp material is obsolete. A new hemp era begins! You can find all our hemp products in the collection section
IRIE by Nature
IRIEDAILY has been using this natural material for a long time, especially in the accessories sector. Cork is also such a beautiful gift of nature! But what is cork or how is it won? It‘ quite simple, because cork is just the bark of the cork oak. The bark is extracted without cutting or damaging the tree. In addition, a peeled cork oak binds much more carbon dioxide than an unpeeled one.
The largest cork forests are in Portugal and Spain and are an important part of the local ecosystem!
SPOKEN WORDS ABOUT IRIEDAILY’S RECYCLED POLYESTER PROGRAM
Our recycled polyester originates from the cradle-to-cradle production principle! NEW: The lining of our recycling jackets are now also made of recycled polyester!
ACHIEVEMENTS SUSTAINABILTY IN TERMS OF MATERIAL
IRIEDAILY IS A PROUD LEADER MEMBER OF THE FAIR WEAR FOUNDATION
SOCIAL REPORT 2019
As part of our membership in the Fair Wear Foundation, we publish an annual Social Report
about our work,goals and successes! Here is our latest report on the year 2019.
industry occurred.An important facet of this is the way in which we deal with people as “resources”.
In 2019, we therefore devoted considerable attention and effort to achieving fair working conditions in
our supply chain.
And yes, we did it again! In June 2019, the Fair Wear Foundation (FWF) awarded us “Leader status” for the
second year in succession. We are delighted that our efforts to ensure good working conditions
in our supplychain were rewarded, and this will naturally motivate us to continue striving
to improve social standards in the years ahead.
ACHIEVEMENTS IN TERMS OF FAIR WEAR FOUNDATION
IRIEDAILY & FASHION REVOLUTION WEEK 2020
Fashion Revolution Week
The Fashion Revolution Week will take place again from 20 – 26 April 2020.
The Fashion Revolution Day was introduced as a global day of action after one of the largest textile factories, named Rana Plaza, collapsed in Bangladesh on 24 April 2013, killing 1138 people. The day of action now takes place annually, has been expanded to a whole week of action and is intended to provide more transparency and more “fair fashion” in the fashion industry. Now we want to introduce to you some workers from our factories!