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Scientists Develop World’s First Comprehensive System for Recycling Old Footwear | Ecouterre

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U.K. scientists have developed the world’s first comprehensive system for recovering useful materials from old shoes.

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La sfida di Miroglio alla sostenibilità verde si chiama E.volution – La Repubblica

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La sfida di Miroglio alla sostenibilità verde si chiama E.volution
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Milano L a tecnologia al servizio dell’ambiente è la nuova frontiera dell’evoluzione del sistema moda, non solo nell’abbigliamento.

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Jersey Lomellina Launches New Range of Sustainable Fabrics …

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Bergamo, Italy – By launching JL Renew, Jersey Lomellina has chosen to offer a range of sustainable fabrics, all produced with a 100% recycled polyamide, deriving from post-consumer materials: fishing nets, rigid tulle, …

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I:CO steps up on sustainability – Ecotextile News

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I:CO steps up on sustainability Ecotextile News Recycled clothing BAAR – Closed loop textile recycling initiative I:CO has shared its latest projects on textile sustainability, including new retail take-back initiatives across America and Japan,…

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Up-Shirt. The tee with the tiny environmental footprint.

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We can now mass produce a t-shirt with an 80% smaller environmental footprint. Yup, 80%. We call it the Up-shirt!

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World Fashion Convention discusses denim sustainability – Fibre2fashion.com

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World Fashion Convention discusses denim sustainability
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During the 2nd day of the World Fashion Convention, jeans took center stage. More precisely, the global corporation to make jeans a more sustainable product was explained.

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Giovanni Scafuro’s ForkInProgress – accessories new life

Repurposing old, used objects and turning them into something new, it’s a consolidated practice in many aspects of fashion, home decore, design and even architecture. Not always this brings to something really new, with a new allure and appeal.

It is exactly this that gives to Giovanni Scafuro’s work that extra content that goes beyond the intrinsic sustainability of repurposing objects.

Forks and any kind of cutlery, keys and key holes, knitting needles, ceramic plates and tea cups and even money are some of the raw material Giovanni turns through his vision into fashion accessories, homeware and pieces of art.

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