ABOUT OUR FABRICS
Recycled Cotton can be defined as converting cotton fabric into a fiber that can be reused in textile products.
Textile recycling is generated from two primary sources:
- Pre-consumer: scraps created by yarn and fabric by-products;
- Post-consumer: garments, upholstery, towels, household items.
The largest volume of recycled cotton sources is produced through pre-consumer waste
WHERE OUR FABRICS ARE MADE
We believe that being sustainable requires having a transparent supply chain and knowing in detail the whole story behind our staples along their production process.
So we map our chain and share it with everyone as a commitment to improving the conditions and contributing to a better way of doing fashion.
MAKE IT LAST LONGER
We chose our materials carefully in order to have the lowest environmental and social impact & the best product for you to use.
However, it is equally important to make the right after-care decisions in order to extend the life of your product and keep its quality over time
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TAKING CARE OF RECYCLED COTTON GARMENTS
- To avoid shrinkage, make sure to wash in cold or lukewarm water, and spot-treat any stains before washing.
- After taking it out of the washing machine, gently shake it to avoid wrinkling and hang or lay flat to air dry.
- Do not tumble on the washing machine.
- When air drying, hang it inside out and not directly exposed to the sun in order to avoid color fastness
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In our Care Guide we share how to wash, dry and care your garments in the best way to make it last longer
OUR RECYCLED COTTON GARMENTS
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