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BNatural Sustainable Mannequins

BNatural® is a revolution in the mannequin industry, allowing for sustainable products that achieve the highest standards of Italian design

BNatural by Bonaveri is a new way of creating sustainable mannequins that offer customers eco-friendly products with full lifecycle credentials. Mannequins are created and finished with sustainable materials that are both biodegradable and recyclable.

This is a first for the mannequin industry – other manufacturers might offer eco-products, but only Bonaveri BNatural products are full lifecycle certified.

Our manufacturing operations were assessed against Eco-Age’s GCC Principles of Sustainable Excellence, covering social welfare, environmental protection, training provision and security for workers – Bonaveri

BPlast® is a bio-based polymer made from a 72% sugar cane derivative. The production of sustainable mannequins in BPlast reduces CO2 emissions compared to commonly used petrochemical plastics over the lifecycle of the product.

BPaint® is a colour range made exclusively by Bonaveri from 100% natural plant-based resins and oils. The paint is made with surfactants and solvents from orange peel, making it free of phosphor, desiccants, cobalt salts and naphtha commonly found in everyday paints.

Bonaveri currently offers the Schläppi 2200 collection in BNatural. Most of the Aloof and Tribe Collections are available with a full collection available at the end of 2017. Please contact us for more information.

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Italian Mannequins and Bust Forms


Bonaveri is a world-leading manufacturer of Italian mannequins and bust forms for the global visual merchandising, fashion and retail industry. The company was started in 1950 by Romano Bonaveri and continues to offer the very best of Italian designed mannequins and bust forms. The Bonaveri family of mannequin and bust form collections are divided into 4…