Posts Tagged ‘Sustainable fashion’

Oct
2011
15

Cocona, Fruity Material Made From Coconut Husks

Cocona, Fruity Material Made From Coconut Husks
Cocona is a lightweight, breathable fiber derived from coconut-husk waste discarded by the food-service industry. Reduced to charcoal, combined with recycled polyester, and spun to maximize its surface area for warmth retention and moisture wicking. It’s Said to resist odors better than traditional polyester fill...
Sep
2011
22

H&M to eliminate toxic chemicals from chain by 2020

H&M to eliminate toxic chemicals from chain by 2020
Activists in 12 countries spent a week plastering H&M store windows with giant decals imploring the company to “detox our future” and “detox our water.” Online campaigners also descended upon the high-street brand’s Twitter and Facebook with similar petitions. By Friday, Greenpeace activists finally achieved face time with...