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Innovababy to present its latest introductions at FIMI
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Jan '10
Innovababy, who is presenting its latest introductions at the upcoming 70th edition of FIMI, practices ethical fashion, promoting a concept of fashion design based on sustainable fair trade.

To this end it combines contemporary design, quality and the use of recycled materials or low environmental impact fabrics produced without pesticides or chemicals. Innovababy also lends special attention to the working conditions of its employees, optimising their well-being and comfort while ensuring that occupational and safety legislation and standards are fully enforced through the intervention of independent agents.

Innovababy is the exclusive distributor in Spain for the US brand Babysoy Inc. (soy fibre) and of the UK brands Stellina Baby (cashmere) and Bamboo Baby (bamboo).

Babysoy is the first company in the world to create babies and toddlers clothes using soybean protein fibre, also known as "vegetal cashmere". This material is obtained by recycling the soy pulp leftover after processing soymilk and tofu. The clothes are modern, extra-soft, thermo-regulating, with antibacterial properties, transpirable, hypoallergenic, and with a greater ability to absorb humidity than cotton.

Stellina Baby produces luxury cashmere clothes and accessories in Loro Piana, the prestigious Italian yarn, and with modern patterns and colours. Coming at affordable prices, these top quality clothes are soft, refined and at once practical, durable and warm without being bulky.

Bamboo Baby is a pioneer in the UK in the manufacturing of clothes for babies and children using bamboo fibre: ultra-soft clothes, reminiscent of silk, organic, with thermo-regulating and hypoallergenic properties, perfect for the delicate skin of babies and children.

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