What Is Suvin Cotton?

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Suvin Cotton is one of the most luxurious and expensive of all the cottons. The Suvin Ratna variety was created in 1971 by combining India's Sujata cotton with Sea Island, St. Vincent cotton, thus creating the name SuVin. Our Suvin cotton yarn is sourced from Italian mill Emilcotoni, recognized worldwide as a trend-setter in the world of cotton yarns.

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Emilcotoni certifications, traceability and environmental sustainability are synonymous with guaranteed and authentic products.

Their commitment to protect the environment and people has adopted an internal code of ethics that represents the essence and philosophy of their company. They have successfully passed many audits, allowing them to obtain a substantial number of certifications in sustainability, green production, and be part of Better Cotton Initiative, a global non-profit organization that represents the largest cotton-sustainable program in the world. BCI's goal is to make global cotton production better for producers, for the territory in which it grows and for the future of the sector. The spinning and dyeing of this yarn is all done in Italy. 

The Suvin Ratna variety was created in 1971 by combining India's Sujata cotton with Sea Island, St. Vincent cotton, thus creating the name SuVin.
The extra-long staple fiber that is Suvin is the essential element to be able to spin fine yarns. Gassing takes place in combination with spinning. The yarns are exposed rapidly to a hot gas flame. The process removes any excess lint or fuzz. After spinning, the yarn is then doubled to increase its durability and abrasion resistance. This high luster fiber ultimately creates garments which are smoother & softer.