An expanded offer of sewing yarns

This September, the offer at Première Vision Yarns is expanded by the addition of Eastman’s straight-from-nature fibres; and, from Jiangsu Lugang Culture Co., evocatively named, precious wool yarns with exotic origins.
NaiaTM is a new cellulosic fibre developed by Eastman – a U.S. company that has been in the chemicals industry for nearly a century. The fibre is entirely produced from wood pulp from FSC / PEFC certified forests. Produced via an ethical transformation process, NaiaTM cellulosic yarn is available in three ranges: Classic, Advance and Color, and combines performance, style and a respect for the environment with a soft and silky hand, rich and luxurious colours, and breathable, hypoallergenic and easy-care properties.


Soft like Serenata, balanced like Armonia: Jiangsu Lugang Culture Co. makes its debut at Première Vision Yarns with two yarn collections with evocative names and exotic origins (Australia, South Africa, Peru). The first proposes a smooth range of both classic and luxurious yarns including merinos and cashmeres. The second incorporates a broad offering of brushed, bouclette, slub and spun fancy yarns, made from precious fibres such as alpaca, merino wool and cashmere, designed and produced using Italian PAFA machines. Respect for the environment is another key aspect underpinning research at this wool-yarn specialist from China, as demonstrated by the launch of a new collection of sustainable yarns, including RWS (Responsible Wool Standard) and OCS (Organic Content Standard) merino wool, and recycled polyester for the AW19-20 season.

Naia Classic

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