Recycrom™ is a range of dyes made using recycled textile fibers from pre-consumer clothing and manufacturing waste. These fibers are transformed into a fine colored powder that can be used to dye new fabrics and garments instead of conventional dyes.
These pieces use Recycrom™.
Circulose® is a pulp created from 100% textile waste that is used to produce manmade cellulosic fibers (MMCF). Fibers made with Circulose® differ to conventional MMCF fibers, as they partly use recycled pre- and post-consumer cotton textile waste instead of wood as a raw material.
These pieces are partly made with Circulose®.
ECONYL® regenerated nylon is made from nylon waste, like fishing nets, fabric scraps, carpet flooring and industrial plastic. Through a regeneration process, the nylon waste is recycled back to its original purity. That means ECONYL® nylon fiber is as versatile as new fossil-based nylon.
These pieces are partly made with ECONYL®.
Made from pre- or post-consumer cotton waste, recycled cotton is a more sustainable form of cotton. Using recycled fibers reduces the depletion of natural resources and the amount of textile waste that ends up in landfills. This enables us to close the loop and avoid producing new cotton.
These pieces are partly made with recycled cotton.
Recycled wool is the most sustainable form of wool, because it’s made from wool waste. Recycled wool can be made from pre- and post-consumer wool garments and production scraps which are sorted, cleaned, shredded, and blended to create recycled wool fibers that are then spun into yarn.
These pieces are partly made with recycled wool.
Organic cotton is grown without chemical pesticides, chemical fertilizers or genetically modified seeds. These methods help support biodiversity, healthy ecosystems and improved soil quality, which in turn has a positive impact on the environment.
These pieces are partly made with organic cotton.