|Tunic midi dress featuring a slot collar with tassel drawstrings, long balloon sleeves with gathered shoulders, a split hem and a matching belt.|
MATERIALS AND CARE
Care for fiber: at least 95% TENCEL™ Lyocell.
We use the Join Life label on clothing that is produced using technology and raw materials that help us to reduce the environmental impact of our products.
We work with monitoring programmes to ensure compliance with safety, health and quality standards for our products.
The Green to Wear 2.0 standard aims to minimise the environmental impact of textile manufacturing. To that end, we have developed Inditex’s The List programme, which helps guarantee both that production processes are clean and that our garments are safe and healthy.
97% lyocell · 3% polyester
TENCEL™Lyocell is a fibre produced by Lenzing using raw materials and technologies that reduce the environmental impact of the production processes.
This fibre is obtained from wood—mainly eucalyptus—grown in more sustainably managed forests, where trees are grown in a controlled manner and as a part of programmes that guarantee reforestation. In addition, the producer of the fibre has been rated as “green shirt” by the non-profit organisation Canopy in its Hot Button Report, ensuring the protection of old-growth and endangered forests.
Furthermore, it follows a closed-circuit production process where the water and 99% of the chemicals are recovered. These technologies comply with more responsible consumption and management parameters established by the European Union regarding energy, water and the reduction of CO2 emissions.
TENCEL™ Lyocell is certified by the EU Ecolabel, a label developed by the European Commission Directorate-General for the Environment that verifies compliance with strict environmental standards during production processes.
In addition, the source of the wood is controlled through collaboration with external organisations that verify compliance with our Forest Policy via an audit programme, thus ensuring that old-growth and endangered forests are respected.
Caring for your clothes is caring for the environment.
Only wash your garments when necessary; sometimes you only need to freshen them up. Since washing slowly deteriorates fabrics, if you wash your garments less often, you can lengthen their life and reduce the consumption of water and energy used in care processes.