Fashion For Good Museum 2021

Orange Fiber fabric is part of Grow, the new exhibition of the Fashion For Good Museum in Amsterdam dedicated to biomaterials and innovations that are shaping the future of fashion.

Opened on April 6, 2021, Grow shows how pioneering innovations can draw inspiration from nature and how scientists are using this cycle of creation and recreation to make the sustainable materials of the future.

Showing off conventional biomaterials such as organic cotton and biodegradable materials such as flax or hemp, Grow also presents more innovative and pioneering brands and products such as the creations of Pangaia, FREITAG F-ABRIC, the Nude Label, Phool, Bananatex and Bioglitz.

The highlight of the exhibition – which can also be enjoyed remotely through virtual tours – will be the official presentation of an exclusive creation in Orange Fiber that bears the signature of designer Karim Adduchi.

The exhibition project represents only the most recent chapter in history that links Orange Fiber to Fashion For Good. In 2018, in fact, our company was selected among the 15 startups that won the Fashion For Good – Plug & Play Accelerator, an innovative acceleration program dedicated to sustainable innovations in the fashion sector and supported by important partners such as Adidas, C&A, Galeries Lafayette, Kering, Target and Zalando.

Photography © Alina Krasieva 2021, Courtesy of Grow EXPO FAshion For Good