Tisses Passion for Texture
Bio-natural and recycled fabrics: the new textile frontier
TISSES successfully proposes new fabrics and ideas to designers in the world of leather goods, footwear and accessories.
Born as a spin-off of the Banelli company, TISSES grew and, aware of its potential for development, began structuring itself and building a more secure and decisive image by proposing unusual fabrics both in their structure and finishing.
TISSES presents itself as a veritable brand, thanks to the restyling of its logo to be more captivating and modern. Online it also has its new website - www.tisses.it - where it presents a 100% Made in Italy product clearly and with impact, the fruit of traceable and certified processes.
«Innovation and constant research - says the owner Daniele Banelli - are an integral part of the TISSES DNA and express themselves in the proposals that link aesthetics to functionality, in full respect of environmental sustainability».
The most successful products are also the most “unconventional” and eco-compatible:
- BIO-ORGANIC CANVAS: a line of bio-natural fabrics
- PETTEX: a line of fabrics made from the knowledgeable use of recycled polyester
Bio fabrics are made with natural fibres in cotton, hemp and linen certified by the international dedicated bodies.
This collection also has space for bio-organic fabrics tinted with natural dyes extracted from berries, grass and roots.
The exclusive Pettex is a recycled polyester fabric made with Newlife ™ thread 100% derived from plastic bottles collected and entirely processed in Italy.
The thread, certified Oeko-Tex ® and Global Recycle Standard (Textile Exchange), is worked with a process of ecological ennobling because the attention to the environment is not only a market request, but a value in which TISSES believes and for which it commits to developing fabrics with a low environmental impact.
To the production of bio-organic and recycled fabrics, TISSES supports the worlds of coated, technical and velvet fabrics that, faithful to corporate imprinting, do not fail to propose unusual themed variations combined with researched and experimental finishing processes.