Denim brands like RE/DONE are taking a different approach and making their clothes from recycled materials salvaged from old vintage Levi’s.
James Jeans sources recycled cotton and Danish brand Organic Basics (shown here) make their clothes from recycled materials including recycled cashmere and a recycled nylon yarn called ECONYL which was invented in Italy.
adidas by Stella McCartney is a fashion-forward, high-performance activewear range with half of the items made from recycled materials.
ANDI is an NYC-based brand making lightweight, waterproof bags from recycled plastic bottles. An ANDI bag puts form and function first to support women's busy lifestyles.
Bond-Eye, from Australia's famous Bondi Beach, creates classic swimsuits in recycled fabrics. The BOUND collection, made in super-stretchy crinkle fabric, is a one-size-fits-most range.
BOYISH is a line of sustainable women's denim featuring vintage finishes and modern cuts. Produced entirely of recycled eco-friendly fabrics.
Freedom Moses is the cheerful Israeli label bringing us scented rubber sandals in zany prints. The slides are vegan and are designed to be recycled when you're done.
GANNI is a vibrant Danish women's clothing label incorporating fun prints and modern silhouettes to add personality to your wardrobe.
Ipanema is a Brazilian label making fun flip-flops inspired by the stunning Rio de Janeiro beach it is named after. The collection has innovative strap designs and uses 30% recycled materials.
James Jeans manufacture their classic, everyday jeans in Los Angeles. Made from hemp blends and recycled cotton for sustainability.