A top made using 100 per cent recycled silk yarn, designed by Grace Lant for The R Collective.
A top made using 100 per cent recycled silk yarn, designed by Grace Lant for The R Collective.
Fashion

Sustainable fashion: how hi-tech solutions from Hong Kong are helping the clothes industry reduce waste, cut CO2 and fight climate change

  • One breakthrough technique is able to separate polyester and cotton from blended fabrics and recycle each, the first commercially viable solution to do so
  • Another shreds fabric printed with designs that brands would incinerate, to protect their intellectual property, into unrecognisable pieces that can be recycled

A top made using 100 per cent recycled silk yarn, designed by Grace Lant for The R Collective.
A top made using 100 per cent recycled silk yarn, designed by Grace Lant for The R Collective.
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