Ferragamo Orange Fiber Collection

Salvatore Ferragamo is the first fashion house to make use exclusively of Orange Fiber fabrics. This much-anticipated collaboration is born of a shared passion for creative innovation, sustainable design, and our beloved heritage of Italian excellence. Our brands have come together to produce a limited edition capsule of ethereal, breezy pieces perfectly suited for the season and beautifully constructed with the softest of fabrics for a renewed wearing experience.

Our Textiles

We are the world’s first and only brand to produce a patented material from citrus juice byproducts, repurposing them to create beautiful, sensorial fabrics that reshape your sartorial experience. Our textiles are constructed from a silk-like cellulose yarn that can be blended with other materials. When used in its purest form, the resulting 100% citrus textile features a soft and silky hand-feel, light weight, and can be opaque or shiny according to production needs.

Our commitment to sustainable luxury

We believe that luxury has risen to new standards. Modernity must look further than status and consider the future—most importantly, the future of our world. We are committed to bringing sustainable practices to the fashion industry, setting the example for waste reduction and organic repurposing.

We enable those who wear our products to become not just consumers, but contributors to the Luxury 3.0 movement, the contemporary way to construct an ethical and sustainable lifestyle.

Who we are

Orange Fiber is an Italian company made up of equal parts innovation and elegance. Since 2016, we have been creating exquisite sustainable textiles from citrus juice byproducts that would otherwise be thrown away, representing hundreds of thousands of tons of precious resources. We envision a new life for these materials, transforming them into refined, ethereal fabrics perfectly suited to Italy’s artisanal tradition of high quality textiles and high fashion.

Supported by

Granted funding on the Operational Program FERS 2007-2013 of the Autonomous Province of Trento with the contribution of the European Fund for Regional Development

Admitted for funding Invitalia – Ministero Sviluppo Economico

Awarded by H&M Foundation in collaboration with Accenture and KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm