Learn about the impact of each fibers, yarns or thread
From raw materials to garment disposal, there is an environmental impact. Depending on the type of fiber(s) used in the fabric, Each stage uses energy and natural resources and can generate pollution, including greenhouse gas emissions and the release of toxic chemicals into waterways.
It is important to note that there is no ‘perfect’ fiber, but through the choices one makes one has the power to select fibers that significantly reduce negative impact on the environment.
Encouraged by the flourishing market of active wear, printed fabrics must adapt to capricious and eclectic supports such as the laces of the most delicate lingerie pieces or the elastic bands of the most compressive leggings.
Reduce, Re-Use, Recycle!