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Reinventing Hosiery: Sarah Borghi’s Green Collection

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With over 40 years making beautiful tights, Sarah Borghi is one of the hosiery industries best kept secrets. From unique prints and patterns to specialised fabrics and beautifully crafted high-end looks, every pair of Sarah Borghi tights and socks is designed to perfection. Taking their wealth of knowledge on the hosiery market, the brand has now created their unique Green Collection, the world’s first tights that are made using a combination of next-generation yarns boasting enhanced biodegradability*.  Discover this ground breaking collection exclusively at Luxury Legs and read on to discover what makes this brand so special… 

As a global style advocate for high-end hosiery, tights and socks, Sarah Borghi has constantly been evolving with social and economic trends. This year, they have launched their latest collection which combines innovative technology with expert product design and sustainability aimed at a new, discerning customer and the responsible generations to come. The Green Collection from Sarah Borghi comes from over a year of research and development with the technical yarn developer ROICA™ by Asahi Kasei.

Sarah Borghi Green Collection Knee-High Socks, Coming Soon

“Our commitment to responsibility is extremely important. That is why we chose to team up with the market’s leaders in sustainable innovation and make use of renewable sources that perfectly match with sophistication in the design and creations of the collections”, says Elena Marzocchi – Brand Co-Owner at Sarah Borghi.

What makes this collection so unique and a leader in a new-era of responsible customers is the use of AMNI® SOUL ECO, the only polyamide yarn which fully degrades in around 5 years after disposing of in landfill** andROICA™ V550 a premium sustainable stretch yarn boasting the Gold Level Material Health Certificate by Cradle-to-Cradle Product Innovation Institute.***At the end of its life it breaks down without releasing harmful substances  into the environment  according to Hohenstein Environmental Compatibility Certification. 

“Sustainability is not only about clothes but all items we wear from hats to socks. Hosiery is a very important sector hungry for innovation. With Sarah Borghi we wanted to inject sustainability and responsible innovation at all levels”, says Takaaki Kondo, new Manager of ROICA™ Global Marketing Department.

The collection spans from 20 to 80 denier tights, all of which feature the signature Sarah Borghi waistband and some of the more recognised features from their core collection. Fans of Sarah Borghi will recognise the 20 denier ergonomic ‘shaper’ tights which flatten the tummy, contour the silhouette and still have the same comfort thanks to the unique blend of sustainable yarns. The Green Collection also spans beyond tights into socks crafted from natural organic blends for a super-soft and sustainable finish. And as we reach into colder climates, the 100 denier natural organic cotton tights, knee-high socks and cashmere blend tights will give you the confidence to step out in style whatever the weather. 

Discover the Green Collection and new AW styles from Sarah Borghi exclusively online at Luxury Legs now.  

*in anaerobic conditions

**Reference System: ASTM D5511 – Standard Test Method for the Determination of Anaerobic Biodegradation of Plastics Under High-solids Anaerobic Digestion Conditions

*** The Cradle-to-Cradle Product Innovation Institute, a non -profit organization, administer the Cradle-to-Cradle Certified™ Product Standard. It was created to bring about a new industrial revolution that turns the making of things into a positive force of society, economy and the planet. The Cradle-to-Cradle Certified Product Standard™ provides designers and manufacturers with criteria and requirements for continually improving what products are made of and how they are made aiming to achieve a circular economy approach.

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