surrounded by nature

Sustainability is one of the values that Infinity holds most dear. Working actively with solutions that respect the environment comes naturally to anyone working in this environment. Each material selected is closely scrutinised from a sustainability standpoint, while the chemical impact of treating textiles is something that we also take extremely seriously.

Infinity guarantees the traceability of every product that they make. Every step of the working process can be traced, thanks to a network of trusted suppliers who share our ethos and values.

Infinity attends rigorously to the social welfare of its employees, but also to that of its suppliers and the area in which it operates. For Infinity, products are made by people: they therefore represent a company value.

Infinity is GRS, OCS and GOTS certified to ensure that the raw materials used in its fabrics are produced in compliance with strict environmental and social sustainability criteria. A concrete gesture to guarantee maximum transparency to its customers.

We’re proud to work with Members of The Better Cotton Initiative/BCI.
We have passed the Better Cotton Chain of Custody training and have access to the Better Cotton Platform.

raw materials that we use


Cupro is a fibre made from regenerated cellulose, produced in adherence to strict sustainability criteria by Japanese company Asahi Kaisei, one of Infinity’s suppliers. Sometimes known on the market as “plant silk” on account of its lightness and lucidity, it is made by regenerating the cotton linters, the short fuzz remaining on the cottonseed. The linters can be considered a by-product of the cotton industry, but in fact they abound in cellulose. Cupro comes from the careful process of regenerating this material, which at the end of its lifespan is biodegradable.


One of the textiles that mankind uses most, and also one of the most versatile, Hemp lends itself to a range of different styles and interpretations. Advances in technology and new working techniques have combined to help create fabrics of a fineness that would have been thought impossible until only a few years ago. It also mixes easily with other fibres, which are the richer for it. Hemp grows without the need for pesticides and does not need to be irrigated, which keeps its environmental impact to a minimum: it therefore represents a superb alternative to traditional cotton. Infinity buys its hemp in Italy, from the Linificio e Canapificio Nazionale (National Fabric Wholesaler).


Tencel is an artificial fibre fabric with natural origins, being extracted from the cellulose of the eucalyptus plant. It belongs to the viscose family, but can be thought of as a plant viscose whose production has a low environmental impact. Lyocell and Modal with the TENCEL label are born from the regeneration of wood cellulose and are extracted from eucalyptus and beech trees, respectively. Tencel is often mixed with other textiles such as hemp, linen and cotton, which imbues the fabric with a greater softness.