From waste to your wardrobe
Our clothing manufacturing process uses 100% recycled materials and generates 50% fewer CO2 emissions, requires 99% less water, and uses 50% less energy than making the same productsfrom virgin materials with traditional garment manufacturing processes. In addition, we don't use any harmful chemicals and produce zero waste.
Cutting waste is collected at factories and sorted per color and quality.
Sorted waste is opened into fibers that will determine the end product's color.
Recycled cotton fibers are mixed with recycled polyester fibers.
The 100% recycled blend of these two fibers is spun into beautiful yarn skeins.
5. Knitting or weaving
The yarns are knitted or woven into fabric depending on what its used for.
Finishing of the fabric can include stages such as compacting or brushing.
The final product is cut, made, and trimmed to the highest quality standards.
8. Final product
The end result is a garment made with minimal environmental impact.