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Over the last few decades, the textile industry has undergone a dramatic facelift. Although the original machines and their processes are still being used, mills have evolved into more technologically-advanced versions of the originals.

Most important, manufactures started to look for "greener" options, introducing yarns made with recycled materials such as PET from plastic bottles or wool from post industrial waste. More and more we see fabrics created using organic cottons, natural fibers and coating compounds containing corn and other plants rather than the god old petroleum.

The industry has evolved and is now regulating itself with LCI reports and certifications. In this journey we choose to partner only with companies that are on the forefront of this effort.


After more than 50 years of activity in the world of synthetic leather, Coronet is now an international group with a modern, green and increasingly digital soul, capable of working alongside the great fashion maisons towards a sustainable and cruelty-free future.

The soul and beating heart of the company is in Milan, but its field of action extends well beyond Italy with production plants in China and Vietnam.

The great interest in the international market has led the company to focus on the Asian world, without forgetting the sustainability goals that are the flagship of the Italian plants.

In Italy as well as abroad, Coronet is committed to producing cruelty-free materials in a sustainable way, through green energy plants, solvent recovery systems and conscious water management

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Sustainable raw materials, waterless production procedures

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BioVeg Collection

Green-core materials Bio-based certified by the USDA up to 81%



Contains no animal product according to the "European Vegan Standard"


Forest Stewardship Council

Viscose coming from traceable and responsibly managed resources


GRS - Global Recycled Standard

Certified Polyester and fabrics coming from post-consumer recoveries


USDA Bio-Based

Materials grown or manufactured in a sustainable way


People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals

PETA approved materials 

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Classic core and novelties items

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Pebble and smooth grain for handbags and SLG's


Founded in 1994 Italian Converter® is now an international corporation specialized in the production of fashion and hi-tech fabrics for some of the biggest brand of footwear, leather goods, clothing and furniture in the world.


Research and technical innovation are at the heart of the Italian Converter® strategy. Traceable raw materials and transformation processes with low environmental impact guarantee safe and more sustainable products all with a transparent approach to the entire supply chain.

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