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AAFF debuts first truly eco denim at Premier Vision
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Jan '09
Paca Blues, the words first alpaca/cotton denim fashion fabric made its world debut in Paris, France on December 3rd and 4th at the renowned Denim by Premier Vision show.

A selective event, bringing together the sector's top specialists, Denim by Première Vision attracts the biggest names in the international jeanswear community, as well as major brands in luxury ready-to-wear labels that develop jeans lines. Denim by Premier Vision features the best of denim suppliers under one roof with a high quality and complete offer: weavers, accessories' manufacturers, laundries, garments and finishing companies from among the industry's best known firms.

Paca Blues, owned by American Alpaca Fiber Federation, LLC, working in cooperation with GFM Telas Parras with textile mills in Mexico and Italy, introduced Paca Bluesä to rave reviews from the industry.

Paca Bluesä is the first truly eco-friendly denim product in the world utilizing the natural beauty and softness of alpaca fiber with cotton when dyed with natural dyes.

Alpaca fiber is natural requiring no chemical processing. Alpaca fiber is sheared annually, never harming the animal. Alpaca fiber is a high-luster fiber, hypoallergenic and is as soft as cashmere. Coupled with its beautiful luster, drape and ultra softness, Paca Blues ä offers the fashion designer a new world of exciting earth friendly design possibilities. To the consumer, Paca Bluesä offers a denim with a look, touch and feel like no other denim on earth…with a focus on eco-friendliness. Paca Bluesä denim is the world's new denim.

American Alpaca Fiber Federation, LLC and its member farms raise alpacas in all 48 contiguous states in the US and is the largest private provider of alpaca fiber in America.

Paca Bluesä offers the denim designer, the weaver and manufacturer an all new eco focused denim product. With few truly new ideas in the denim world, Paca Bluesä is a denim like none other!

American Alpaca Fiber Federation (AAFF) is a newly formed and registered LLC based in San Antonio Texas which has been formed for the single purpose of marketing American raised Alpaca fiber to the commercial textile market world-wide.

American Alpaca Fiber Federation LLC


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