We want to be part of the change

Abbiamo integrato le nostre collezioni con tessuti ecosostenibili con filato ECONYL®, un filato di nuova generazione realizzato partendo da rifiuti di nylon come le reti da pesca e altri materiali di scarto. Cio' significa che si possono creare dei nuovi prodotti senza dover utilizzare delle nuove risorse, fantastico no? Scopri insieme a noi il processo!

We have integrated our collections with eco-sustainable fabrics made with ECONYL®, a new generation yarn created by recovering nylon waste such as fishing nets and other waste materials. That means it's possible to create new products without using new resourses, amazing right? Find out with us the process!

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1-RESCUE

The ECONYL® Regeneration System starts with rescuing waste, such as fishing nets , fabric scraps and industrial plastic all over the world. The waste is then sorted and cleaned to recover all of the nylon possible.

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2-REGENERATE

Through a radical regeneration and purification process, the nylon waste is recycled right back to its original purity. That means ECONYL® regenerated nylon is exactly the same as virgin nylon.

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​3-REMAKE

ECONYL® regenerated nylon is processed into Nylon 6 yarn as either textile yarn for the fashion industry 

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4-REIMAGINE

The nylon produced has the potential to be recycled infinitely, without ever losing its quality. The result is premium quality swimwear that is beautiful and sustainable

ZERO WASTE

[uncountable noun]

A set of principles with the focus of preventing waste through design, production processes or lifestyle choices.

RECYCLE

[verb]

To take an existing material and process it into a new product, through chemical or mechanical processes.

CIRCULAR ECONOMY

[noun]

The circular economy is a model of production and consumption, which involves sharing, reusing, repairing, refurbishing, remanufacturing, and recycling materials and products as long as possible. This implies minimizing waste and pollution and reducing the use of new resources. As in nature, everything is transformed and finds a new purpose. It is in contrast with the traditional linear model, based on a take-make-dispose pattern.