Crescent Bahümán (CBL), a vertically integrated fabric and jeans manufacturer that opened in Pakistan 25 years ago, has engineered Blue Infinity, a new technology that creates a vast offer of blue shades without using indigo, and will launch it during Kingpins Show, at SugarCity, happening in Amsterdam in April 20-21.
Blue Infinity is a low-impact solution for warp dyeing on all product categories, from mass retail to boutique luxury styles. Thanks to it, it’s possible to produce new shades, looks and effects - from brilliant blues to greener and greyer shades, from vintage to luxury looks, along with classical and contemporary effects.
The Blue Infinity concept is based on a proprietary dyeing technology that reduces environmental stress, both on required resources and generated outputs. The gains are across environmental impact categories such as water, energy and chemicals.
Garment wash downs can be performed mechanically, with smart chemicals, and with energy-based systems such as lasers — or any combinations thereof. The environmental benefits also extend through the entire laundry process.
All chemicals used in the process are GOTS 6.0 approved. Blue Infinity also meets RSL requirements from major brands and retailers.
“The ability of this technology is tremendous, especially because it creates an infinite number of shades of blue while reducing environmental stress,” said Zaki Saleemi, vice president of strategy, Crescent Bahúmán. “CBL has had to think, work and execute this technology in a totally unconventional manner compared with traditional manufacturing processes.”
CBL, is a denim fabric and garment manufacturer from Pakistan that claims to be the first vertically integrated denim jeans operation that was opened in Pakistan. It has been constantly involved in developing various new projects helping man, nature, and industry coexist and respect each other. It was also the first denim mill in Pakistan to extract locally grown, rain-fed hemp fiber.