In the fashion industry, sustainability and respect for nature have become fundamental values in the search for more ethical and responsible fashion. In this context, the Spanish merino wool is regaining prominence thanks to innovative projects such as that of Maria Pia y Wooldreamersa family-owned company with a wool tradition that spans four generations and is based on biodynamic sheep breeding in The pasture. Its presence at New York Fashion Week in collaboration with artist and activist Claudy Jongstra, makes Spanish merino wool shine on an international level. LOADS Collection by Claudy Jongstra This resurgence of Spanish merino wool represents a crucial step towards the recognition that this natural fiber deserves and offers hope for similar projects in the future. Biodynamic livestock farming has become the heart of an initiative that is revolutionizing merino wool production in the country. Biodynamic farming involves a holistic approach that respects the land and its natural cycles, promoting the health and well-being of both the animals and their environment. María Pía’s flock of Merino sheep at La Dehesa The Dehesa is a unique ecosystem where trees, grasses and wildlife combine in balance. This practice not only guarantees the quality of the lance, but also preserves and regenerates the soil, promoting biodiversity and contributing to the fight against desertification. **Claudy Jongstra and her “Loads” Collection at New York Fashion Week**. The collaboration between Wooldreamers and Claudy Jongstra is a significant milestone on the road to international recognition of Spanish merino wool. Claudy Jongstra, an artist and activist known for her work with natural textiles such as wool and sustainable textiles, presented her collection “Loads” at New York Fashion Week. In this collection, Wooldreamers merino wool was used in the making of the garments with the moulage technique. Garment from the LOADS collection by Claudy Jongstra made with the Moulage technique. **The Recognition that Spanish Merino Wool Deserves**. Merino wool in the Iberian Peninsula is a natural treasure. Spain is one of the main producers of merino wool in Europe, with an annual production exceeding 7,000 tons. This exceptional fiber is valued for its softness, warmth and ability to regulate temperature. Spanish merino wool is a symbol of quality and commitment to nature and its importance only continues to grow in the global textile industry. Lana de Wooldreamers and her new book Breeds The history of merino wool in the Iberian Peninsula is rich and fascinating. Its soft, fine wool made it a coveted trade treasure in the Middle Ages. Spanish monarchs, such as the Catholic Monarchs, promoted merino breeding and wool became a crucial source of wealth for the country. We look forward to an ever-increasing return to the splendor of yesteryear. The Future of Spanish Merino Wool** **The Future of Spanish Merino Wool The future of Spanish merino wool is promising. With an increasing focus on sustainability and ethical production, we are seeing a resurgence of this natural fiber in global apparel. La crianza biodinámica y el compromiso con el bienestar animal están redefiniendo la producción de lana merino en España; además, colaboraciones con diseñadores y artistas están llevando esta fibra a nuevas alturas creativas. La lana merino española está destinada a desempeñar un papel aún más destacado en la moda sostenible y en la promoción de prácticas responsables en la industria textil. Un futuro lleno de calidad y conciencia ambiental. Our merino wool At Pirilana we are proud to use this wonderful fiber and happy to be able to celebrate that merino wool enjoys the recognition it deserves in the national and international market. Its growth and enhancement depends on all of us, are you ready to enjoy it?