Eco-conscious design with global appeal.

Textile innovation for
water conservation.


Ecoya fabric is created through an eco-dyeing process that introduces coloration in
the raw material stage instead of at the yarn phase, when traditional yarn dyeing
occurs. With this innovative method, Ecoya reduces CO2 emissions and uses 89% less
water than conventional yarn dyeing methods while also creating a more colorfast
fabric that stands up better to light, water and washing.
Superior colorfastness.

Colorfastness refers to how resistant the color or dye within a fabric is to removal.
Because Ecoya yarns are created with pigment already in the raw materials, they
retain more color throughout, resulting in fabrics with superior colorfastness over
traditional yarn-dyed fabric. This means less fading when exposed to light, water
and/or washing.


Eco benefits of Ecoya.

By innovating the fabric production process, Ecoya has eliminated the need for many
of the resource-draining stages of the conventional yarn-dyeing process, resulting in
significant savings in water and considerable reduction in chemical emissions.