Goldwin is currently testing a ski jacket prototype that isn't made from the usual technical fabrics. The jacket has been in developed in collaboration with Spiber, who has discovered a process to create synthetic spider silk on a commercial scale without the need for petrochemicals. This process involves the use of a synthetic protein called fibroin, which goes through a proprietary microbial fermentation and spinning process to create a fabric good enough for outerwear.
Goldwin's S/S '18 line furthers its focus on travel and outdoor versatility
The latest travel-ready capsule features styles for all conditions.
Goldwin releases the world's first sweater made with Brewed Protein
The process involves a microbial fermentation process that uses plant-based feedstock.
Goldwin releases its Spring/Summer '19 lifestyle collection
The brand reveals its latest range of ski-grade outerwear for everyday use.