Interloom Product Criteria

With Interloom's Marketplace, we connect designers with fabric suppliers and trim services to enhance the development and success of their individual businesses as well as to continuously motivate their commitment to provide the best solutions for our environment and fair social standards.
The following sustainability criteria apply to all products offered on the Marketplace:

With Interloom's Marketplace, we connect designers with fabric suppliers and trim services to enhance the development and success of their individual businesses as well as to continuously motivate their commitment to provide the best solutions for our environment and fair social standards.
The following sustainability criteria apply to all products offered on the Marketplace:

With Interloom's Marketplace, we connect designers with fabric suppliers and trim services to enhance the development and success of their individual businesses as well as to continuously motivate their commitment to provide the best solutions for our environment and fair social standards.
The following sustainability criteria apply to all products offered on the Marketplace:

With Interloom's Marketplace, we connect designers with fabric suppliers and trim services to enhance the development and success of their individual businesses as well as to continuously motivate their commitment to provide the best solutions for our environment and fair social standards.
The following sustainability criteria apply to all products offered on the Marketplace:

General

General

For mixed - fiber fabrics the following criteria apply:
A composition of at least 70% of one of the materials from the list and 30% maximum of fibers from:
• Conventional natural fibers (this excludes: genetically modified plants and for
   cotton only organic cotton, kbA)
• Regenerated fibers (such as CLY, CMD, VI)
• Protein - based fibers (PLA) or
• Manmade fibers (EL, PES, PAN, PA).

For mixed - fiber fabrics the following criteria apply:
A composition of at least 70% of one of the materials from the list and 30% maximum of fibers from:
• Conventional natural fibers (this excludes: genetically
   modified plants and for cotton only organic cotton, kbA)
• Regenerated fibers (such as CLY, CMD, VI)
• Protein - based fibers (PLA) or
• Manmade fibers (EL, PES, PAN, PA).

For mixed - fiber fabrics the following criteria apply:
A composition of at least 70% of one of the materials from the list and 30% maximum of fibers from:
• Conventional natural fibers (this excludes: genetically modified plants and for
   cotton only organic cotton, kbA)
• Regenerated fibers (such as CLY, CMD, VI)
• Protein - based fibers (PLA) or
• Manmade fibers (EL, PES, PAN, PA).

For mixed - fiber fabrics the following criteria apply:
A composition of at least 70% of one of the materials from the list and 30% maximum of fibers from:
• Conventional natural fibers (this excludes: genetically modified plants
   and for cotton only organic cotton, kbA)
• Regenerated fibers (such as CLY, CMD, VI)
• Protein - based fibers (PLA) or
• Manmade fibers (EL, PES, PAN, PA).

Fabrics

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Tierfasern

Plant Fibers

Plant Fibers

• Cotton only from controlled organic cultivation (organic)
• Linen, nettle or ramie from controlled organic cultivation or Linen or nettle from
   the EU, cultivation according to the
   guidelines of organic farming.
• Exceptions: Recycled natural fibers, kapok fibers, hemp

• Cotton only from controlled organic cultivation (organic)
• Linen, nettle or ramie from controlled organic cultivation
   or Linen or nettle from the EU, cultivation according to
   the guidelines of organic farming.
• Exceptions: Recycled natural fibers, kapok fibers, hemp

• Cotton only from controlled organic cultivation (organic)
• Linen, nettle or ramie from controlled organic cultivation
   or Linen or nettle from the EU, cultivation according to
   the guidelines of organic farming.
• Exceptions: Recycled natural fibers, kapok fibers, hemp

• Cotton only from controlled organic cultivation
   (organic)
• Linen, nettle or ramie from controlled organic
   cultivation or Linen or nettle from the EU, cultivation
   according to the guidelines of organic farming.
• Exceptions: Recycled natural fibers, kapok fibers,
   hemp

• Cotton only from controlled organic cultivation (organic)
• Linen, nettle or ramie from controlled organic cultivation or Linen or
   nettle from the EU, cultivation according to the
   guidelines of organic farming.
• Exceptions: Recycled natural fibers, kapok fibers, hemp

Animal Fibers

• Virgin wool only from controlled organic livestock farming
• Virgin wool from the EU as well as alpaca, cashmere, yak and mohair in
   compliance with animal welfare standards. The origin of the fibers used must
   be traceable back to the farmer or shepherd. Further, the compliance with the
   criteria for organic farming (large grazing land, natural reproduction, ban on
   mulesing, no use of pesticides, gentle shearing, no mass shearing and careful
   animal transports) must be given.
• Silk only from controlled organic farming, or peace silk (organic)

• Virgin wool only from controlled organic livestock
   farming
• Virgin wool from the EU as well as alpaca, cashmere,
   yak and mohair in compliance with animal welfare
   standards. The origin of the fibers used must be
   traceable back to the farmer or shepherd. Further, the
   compliance with the criteria for organic farming (large
   grazing land, natural reproduction, ban on mulesing, no
   use of pesticides, gentle shearing, no mass shearing
   and careful animal transports) must be given.
• Silk only from controlled organic farming, or peace silk
   (organic)

• Virgin wool only from controlled organic livestock
   farming
• Virgin wool from the EU as well as alpaca, cashmere,
   yak and mohair in compliance with animal welfare
   standards. The origin of the fibers used must be
   traceable back to the farmer or shepherd. Further, the
   compliance with the criteria for organic farming (large
   grazing land, natural reproduction, ban on mulesing, no
   use of pesticides, gentle shearing, no mass shearing
   and careful animal transports) must be given.
• Silk only from controlled organic farming, or peace silk
   (organic)

• Virgin wool only from controlled organic livestock
   farming
• Virgin wool from the EU as well as alpaca,
   cashmere, yak and mohair in compliance with
   animal welfare standards. The origin of the fibers
   used must be traceable back to the farmer or
   shepherd. Further, the compliance with the
   criteria for organic farming (large grazing land,
   natural reproduction, ban on mulesing, no use of
   pesticides, gentle shearing, no mass shearing and
   careful animal transports) must be given.
• Silk only from controlled organic farming, or peace
   silk (organic)

• Virgin wool only from controlled organic livestock farming
• Virgin wool from the EU as well as alpaca, cashmere, yak and mohair
   in compliance with animal welfare standards. The origin of the fibers
   used must be traceable back to the farmer or shepherd. Further, the
   compliance with the criteria for organic farming (large grazing land,
   natural reproduction, ban on mulesing, no use of pesticides, gentle
   shearing, no mass shearing and careful animal transports) must be
   given.
• Silk only from controlled organic farming, or peace silk (organic)

Regeneratfasern

Regenerated Fibers

Regenerated Fibers

• Wood from sustainable sources (FSC label)
• Other raw materials from sustainable cultivation (with certificate) or from
   recycled natural fibers with chemical 
   recovery in the manufacturing and spinning process

• Wood from sustainable sources (FSC label)
• Other raw materials from sustainable cultivation (with
   certificate) or from recycled natural fibers with chemical 
   recovery in the manufacturing and spinning process

• Wood from sustainable sources (FSC label)
• Other raw materials from sustainable cultivation (with
   certificate) or from recycled natural fibers with
   chemical recovery in the manufacturing and spinning
   process

• Wood from sustainable sources (FSC label)
• Other raw materials from sustainable cultivation
   (with certificate) or from recycled natural fibers with
   chemical recovery in the manufacturing and
   spinning process

• Wood from sustainable sources (FSC label)
• Other raw materials from sustainable cultivation (with certificate) or
   from recycled natural fibers with chemical recovery in the
   manufacturing and spinning process

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Synthetic fibers

• Synthetic chemical fibers like polyester and polyamide only when made out of:
• recycled waste (pre- and post-consumer waste such as used textiles, PET
   bottles, fishing nets)
• bio-based raw materials such as castor, corn or waste product of food
   production (milk).

• Synthetic chemical fibers like polyester and polyamide
   only when made out of:
• recycled waste (pre- and post-consumer waste such as 
   used textiles, PET bottles, fishing nets)
• bio-based raw materials such as castor, corn or waste
   product of food production (milk).

• Synthetic chemical fibers like polyester and polyamide
   only when made out of:
• recycled waste (pre- and post-consumer waste such as
   used textiles, PET bottles, fishing nets)
• bio-based raw materials such as castor, corn or waste
   product of food production (milk).

• Synthetic chemical fibers like polyester and
   polyamide only when made out of:
• recycled waste (pre- and post-consumer waste such
   as used textiles, PET bottles, fishing nets)
• bio-based raw materials such as castor, corn or
   waste product of food production (milk).

• Synthetic chemical fibers like polyester and polyamide only when
   made out of:
• recycled waste (pre- and post-consumer waste such as used textiles,
   PET bottles, fishing nets)
• bio-based raw materials such as castor, corn or waste product of food
   production (milk).

Additionals & Trims

• Raw materials from natural materials such as: stone nut, wood
   (FSC or PEFC) natural rubber, organic cotton, metal, stone,
   horn, leather (organic or recycled) mother-of-pearl, freshwater
   mussels.
• Raw materials from recycled materials or bio-based synthetic
   plastics

• Raw materials from natural materials such
   as: stone nut, wood (FSC or PEFC) natural rubber,
   organic cotton, metal, stone, horn, leather (organic or
   recycled) mother-of-pearl, freshwater mussels.
• Raw materials from recycled materials or bio-based
   synthetic plastics

• Raw materials from natural materials such
   as: stone nut, wood (FSC or PEFC) natural
   rubber, organic cotton, metal, stone, horn,
   leather (organic or recycled) mother-of-
   pearl, freshwater mussels.
• Raw materials from recycled materials or
   bio-based synthetic plastics

• Raw materials from natural materials such as: stone nut, wood
   (FSC or PEFC) natural rubber, organic cotton, metal, stone,
   horn, leather (organic or recycled) mother-of-pearl, freshwater
   mussels.
• Raw materials from recycled materials or bio-based synthetic
   plastics

• Raw materials from natural materials such as: stone nut, wood
   (FSC or PEFC) natural rubber, organic cotton, metal, stone,
   horn, leather (organic or recycled) mother-of-pearl, freshwater
   mussels.
• Raw materials from recycled materials or bio-based synthetic
   plastics

Coatings & Finishings

Coatings & Finishings

The processing from raw fibers to fabric must be carried out in compliance with sustainable criteria. No harmful chemicals * may be used, this applies to all production steps. (* We refer to the SVHC substance list of REACH)

• In addition, PFC treatments are not permitted (perfluorinated
   and polyfluorinated chemicals)
• Not permitted mechanical finishing processes: sandblasting

The processing from raw fibers to fabric must be carried out in compliance with sustainable criteria. No harmful chemicals * may be used, this applies to all production steps. (*We refer to the SVHC substance list of REACH)

• In addition, PFC treatments are not permitted
   (perfluorinated and polyfluorinated chemicals)
• Not permitted mechanical finishing processes:
   sandblasting

The processing from raw fibers to fabric must be carried out in compliance with sustainable criteria. No harmful chemicals * may be used, this applies to all production steps. (* We refer to the SVHC substance list of REACH)

• In addition, PFC treatments are not
   permitted (perfluorinated and
   polyfluorinated chemicals)
• Not permitted mechanical finishing
   processes: sandblasting

The processing from raw fibers to fabric must be carried out in compliance with sustainable criteria. No harmful chemicals * may be used, this applies to all production steps. (* We refer to the SVHC substance list of REACH)

• In addition, PFC treatments are not permitted (perfluorinated
   and polyfluorinated chemicals)
• Not permitted mechanical finishing processes: sandblasting

The processing from raw fibers to fabric must be carried out in compliance with sustainable criteria. No harmful chemicals * may be used, this applies to all production steps. (* We refer to the SVHC substance list of REACH)

• In addition, PFC treatments are not permitted (perfluorinated
   and polyfluorinated chemicals)
• Not permitted mechanical finishing processes: sandblasting