Old clothes can pile up with time and make it difficult for us to decide what to do with them. Most of the clothes that we forget about end up in dumping bags months later. Throwing away your favorite shirt…
Wear. Recycle. Repeat.
Every step we take towards sustainable development and styling aims at saving water for the next generations.
The project brings on board the idea of reducing waste products from the various manufacturing processes.
Look good. Feel better.
Slide into the colored skins and attires that embellish your personality and redefines the vogue.
How are we doing this?
Multiple partners promote the initiative we have taken to foster a better culture and environment.
Who's taking part?
This is surely one of the best projects that offer great clothing styles and manufacturing trends.
Robert S Riley
What is The Relooping Fashion Initiative?
Old cotton clothes are recycled here to produce new fibers using VTT-developed technologies and less harmful chemicals.
Our project aims to introduce a sustainable clothing culture that allows everyone to have high-quality products.
Promoting the recycling of clothes to imbue the world with more hope and joy is the peak of all these efforts.
Saving the environment and humanity are goals we wish to achieve with our dynamic team of experts.
Meet our tEAM
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