Recycled cotton is a natural fibre that comes from previously-processed cotton fabrics; reducing the water and energy consumption that would be involved as compared to producing a fabric from raw materials.
Currently, the Fast Fashion consumption model generates a problem of over-production. This leads to large quantities of garments accumulated in landfills, in rivers or even incinerated in the open air, which pollutes the air and water.
Change is needed in the textile sector and in the current consumption model. In light of this, we work with recycled and recyclable materials to contribute to the reduction of textile waste, in the process restoring their value and giving them a new use.