Jeanologia winner of the award best sustainable design team of the world.
The honor given by WSGN recognizes the work that the company has developed on technology and sustainable processes for the fashion industry
- The nominee list highlights international firms such as Harrods, Christian Louboutin, Topshop, Dries Van Noten, Absolute Black, The Walt Disney Company, Victoria Beckham Denim, Saks Five Avenue, Karl Lagerfeld, G-Star, Closed, Net A Porter, The Outnet or Christopher Bailey of Burberry, among others.
- Laser technologies such as ozone and e-soft developed by the company, allow significant savings in water, energy and chemicals, and to also the automation the manufacturing process by reducing production costs.
JEANOLOGIA, the Spanish company, world leader in the development of sustainable technologies for garment finishing, has been honored with the award for best sustainable design team in the world during the celebration of the WGSN Global Fashion Awards. The award granted by WGSN acknowledges the work developed of Jeanologia in technology and sustainable designs for the fashion industry.
Jeanologia was shortlisted as Finalist in its category with international firms such as H & M Conscious Collection, TIMBERLAND EARTHKEEPERS COLLECTION ©, the New Yorker No.9 PAPER and Turkish ANADOLU ORTA. In addition, among the nominees for other categories there were relevant global brands such as Harrods, Christian Louboutin, Topshop, Dries Van Noten, Absolute Black, The Walt Disney Company, Victoria Beckham Denim, Saks Five Avenue, Karl Lagerfeld, G-Star, Closed, Net A Porter, AG jeans, Hudson Jeans, Gap Kids, The Outnet and Christopher Bailey of Burberry, among others.
These prestigious awards organized by WGSN’s Global Fashion Awards are the only global awards in the fashion world. They feature a jury of 63 personalities from the world of design, industry, communication, arts and journalism from five continents.
WGSN is the global authority on style and design. The company identifies and analyzes current and future trends, with more than 38,000 customers worldwide.
The award was collected by the Spanish company president Enrique Silla, at a gala held at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, where after thanking WSGN for the award given on behalf of the entire Jeanologia team, Enrique Silla stressed that ” fashion is not only design and glamour. The way we manufacture our products is part of the DNA of the product. Without respect towards our planet and the people who work in the textile industry there is no future in the world of fashion. “
Likewise said “I am proud that a Spanish company is a world leader in sustainable textile technology. In Spain we have succeeded for the first time on a team composed by designers and engineers, fashionists and technocrats, working all together, developing technologies that are changing the world of fashion.”