Vibrant colors: Zeftron nylon’s Brilliant Collection

Zeftron nylon, a fully renewable premium nylon 6 fiber, introduced the Brilliant Collection, an accumulation of seven vibrant colors. The collection is a result of a collaborative feedback and input process between Zeftron and the in-house design teams of its mill partners. Zeftron also received input from designers across the country through its 2013 Color Survey, which asked designers to vote on the top five colors most important to them.

The seven colors of the Brilliant Collection are:  hot pink, lemon, brilliant orange, lime, electric blue, bay blue and raspberry wine. Each new color pigment was developed and formulated to the same standard as the other 105 colors in the Zeftron color palette. As a result, the new colors harmonize with Zeftron’s other colors and complement Zeftron’s existing base shades. Like all Zeftron yarns, the new colors are solution-dyed, come with a minimum of 25 percent recycled content and are backed by Zeftron’s lifetime warranties.

Zeftron will also soon introduce nine new base shades. These new colors are enhancers to Zeftron’s existing color palette families of blues, grays, blacks and beiges. 

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Zeftron nylon is a part of Shaw Industries, a Berkshire Hathaway company.

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