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MORE PLASTIC THAN FISH. LET'S IMPROVE TO CHANGE.

 

Eight million metric tons: That’s how much plastic we dump into the oceans each year. That’s about 17.6 billion pounds — or the equivalent of nearly 57,000 blue whales — every single year. 

By 2050, ocean plastic will outweigh all of the ocean’s fish.

POLLUTION IS A NEW TREND (LITERALLY)

 

By recycling the plastic bottles and producing filament yarn, we can make equally high-quality fabrics and sustainable garments. 

Also, this process reducess the water consumption by 86% and uses 75% less energy, when compared to the conventional industry.

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FROM WASTE TO VALUE, THINKING DIFFERENTLY.

 

Salmon leather is characterized by its durability and strength. A by-product of the food industry that would otherwise be wasted, salmon leather is sourced from the Nordic region and produced by making use of renewable energy. This way we can create new details using sustainable ''fabrics'' instead of synthetic ones.

WE CAN DO BETTER, BEING NEAR.

Over 70 Million trees are logged every day and turned into fabrics like rayon, viscose, and modal. 
More than 80 billion pieces of clothing are produced worldwide each year. Of these pieces, 75% will end up in landfills, and most of it will take more that 50 years to decompose.

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WE HAVE TO START SOMEWHERE, TOGETHER AND ADDING VALUE.

 

Using natural raw materials, we can create garments with biodegradable fabrics, that quickly ''return to the ground'' without ever polluting the world during its life process. After just a few years, these fabrics become organic matter to be exploited as a new resource for the environment.

Adding to that, we offer mutiple trim options to our clients, that can turn these pieces into 100% sustainable garments. We are talking about cords and cord ends, buttons, labels and even packaging. All made with recycled or natural materials, in order to implement and grow this idea of circular and sustainable economy.

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