Setting a sustainable standard for the rest of the industry, these fashion brands are demonstrating why a circular business model is the way forward.
Created by Italian denim mill Candiani, Kitotex® is a breakthrough in water-saving technology that recycles the exoskeletons of crustaceans to create biodegradable yarn.
With fantastic properties, cupro material represents a window of opportunities for sustainable fashion brands.
Having become a popular wardrobe staple over the years, Jersey fabric is soft, stretchy, and is used for everything from t-shirts to bedsheets. But how sustainable is it?
Econyl® manufacturer, Aquafil, continues to support the BMW Group’s Sustainability strategy, with sustainability becoming a top priority in the automotive industry.
Although the fashion industry has taken measures to address carbon emissions, here's what it needs to do to make its practices more sustainable and less wasteful of water.