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Sleep Innovator Tracy Miller Launches Eco-friendly Bedding Collection ‘Earth Loves Sleep’ this World Sleep Day


Collection features innovative, new Eco-Active™ down blend fill to debut at New York Home Textiles Week

CHICAGO, March 16, 2022 — Sleep products innovator Tracy Miller announced today the launch of natural-filled, eco-friendly bedding collection Earth Loves Sleep and the debut of an EcoActive™ down blend alternative created in collaboration with Eastman. The textile innovation and new product line debuts just in time for World Sleep Day on March 18, 2022, held annually on the Friday before the spring equinox. The bedding line, which includes sheets, pillows, comforters, and mattress pads, will feature in the new product catalogue at New York’s Home Textiles Week industry showcase.

Miller combines textile trends and technology to deliver innovative new sleep products designed to inspire people to rest and recover. The inventor of sleep products used in millions of homes and sold at national retailers from Pottery Barn to Costco, debuts Earth Loves Sleep, a natural-filled bedding collection featuring the new proprietary EcoActive™ down blend. It is a blend of RDS certified down and  Naia™ Renew fibers from Eastman. EcoActive™ down blend fill was inspired by an opportunity to create a unique all-natural filling material that complements of the features and benefits of Down. EcoActive™ is a proprietary blend of down, a trusted natural filling material, and Naia™ Renew, an eco-friendly, circular fiber.

“EcoActive is a truly natural marriage of materials that looks, feels and performs like high-quality down,” says Tracy Miller, sleep innovator. “Naia™ Renew fibers provide enhanced moisture management that naturally resists bacterial growth and provides better warmth retention while remaining breathable and lightweight for a modern approach to sleep comfort.”

With 15 years of experience in technical textile fiber research and material design, global supply chain sourcing, consumer packaging design and quality control, Tracy Miller is committed to helping demystify the sleep products industry for consumers. She created the industry’s first moisture-wicking down alternative bedding fill and temperature-regulating technical down blend fill for outwear and led the industry’s first bedding collaboration with a skin care company, Borghese.

Earth Loves Sleep features Naia™ Renew fibers, produced from 60% sustainably sourced wood pulp and 40% certified* reclaimed carpets. The closed-loop process used to create Naia™ Renew prioritizes the safe and environmentally sound use of chemicals, delivering sustainability as well as luxury. The manufacturing process for Naia™ Renew has a measurably reduced carbon footprint over the fiber’s life cycle. Naia™ Renew is also certified biodegradable and compostable, helping divert waste from landfills.

“Naia™ Renew is an innovative solution to the industry’s biggest issues, developing circularity at scale. Naia™ Renew creates value from hard-to-recycle materials that would otherwise be destined for landfills,” said Dr. Dnyanada Satam, global segment market manager for home textiles at Eastman. “We are proud to work with sleep innovator Tracy Miller to bring this sustainable alternative to the bedding industry and consumers around the word.”

Home Textiles Week brings together retailers and vendors annually for innovative product demos, panels, and one-on-one discussions featuring industry thought leaders. Home Textile Today’s industry directory, launching at the event, features New York Fashions Market coverage and a list of products and participants. At the event, Tracy Miller will also showcase bedding collections that incorporate 37.5® technology for temperature regulation and the Hayden Home™ collection, with Sorona® fibers that deliver contouring comfort. Tracy Miller’s innovative bedding products are manufactured and distributed by Design Weave.

To schedule a virtual product showcase appointment or licensing opportunity meeting, please contact: Tracy Miller, CEO and founder of Inventive Sleep, at

About Tracy Miller
Tracy Miller is a trusted inventor and innovator of dynamic, technology driven, and comfortable products for the home, and founder of Inventive Sleep™. Her engaging brands are found in millions of homes and hotels across the country. As a Sleep Innovator, Tracy is dedicated to helping people realize their dreams and goals starting with a great night’s sleep. Her reputation for combining proven and modern materials in everyday products including sheets, pillows, comforters, blankets and mattress pads, adds exciting new comfort and performance qualities consumers love to incorporate into their homes. Tracy is also the founder of Inventive Sleep, Inc., and author of the weekly sleep blog Sleep Secrets and Inspirations. In her sleep blog, she shares her expertise on materials research and design, and demystifies the sleep experience with an informative and fun-filled conversation on how sleep helps people with daily living, as well as some of her tips and tricks on picking your favorite products. For more information, visit http://www.tracymillersleep. Sleep Tonight. Create Tomorrow.™

About Eastman
Founded in 1920, Eastman is a global specialty materials company that produces a broad range of products found in items people use every day. With the purpose of enhancing the quality of life in a material way, Eastman works with customers to deliver innovative products and solutions while maintaining a commitment to safety and sustainability. The company’s innovation-driven growth model takes advantage of world-class technology platforms, deep customer engagement, and differentiated application development to grow its leading positions in attractive end markets such as transportation, building and construction, and consumables. As a globally inclusive and diverse company, Eastman employs approximately 14,000 people around the world and serves customers in more than 100 countries. The company had 2021 revenues of approximately $10.5 billion and is headquartered in Kingsport, Tennessee, USA. For more information, visit

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