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Bossa launches denim collection from regenerated virgin cellulose fibers


As a part of its Fall/Winter 2025-26, Turkish denim mill Bossa has launched a new denim collection made from fabrics in the new collection titled, Endless Blue. The fabrics in this collection have been made from the regenerated virgin cellulose fiber, Saxcell.

Derived from chemical recycled cotton waste, SaXcell is produced by sorting domestic cotton textile waste into a well-defined waste stream. Non-textile components like zippers and buttons are removed as the waste is grinded into a dry mixture of fibers with different lengths. The dry mixture is chemically decolored, followed by a wet spinning process.

The fiber can be cut to specified lengths, spun into yarns and woven or knitted into fabrics. Coloring can take place at the fiber, yarn or fabric stages.

From hemp to colored cotton, Bossa actively introduces new fibers to their denim fabrics. TheSaxcell blended denim fiber enables the brand to create fabrics that not only meet high quality standards but also priortise environmental conserveation, says, MugeTunceren, Product Development Manager, Bossa

The Endless Blue collection includes two fabrics: the comfort stretch Organic Cypress Savetrue with 34 per cent SaXcelllyocell; and the power stretch FX MetacellFreshblue with 18 per cent SaXcelllyocell.

Initially a project by a team of researchers from Saxion University of Applied Science in 2011, SaXcell was spun off as a startup in 2015. The company has been scaling its technology since through partnerships with Rieter, a supplier of systems for short-staple fiber spinning, and Birla Cellulose, a producer of man-made cellulosic fiber.


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