ECONYL® brand and Koru together for beautiful and sustainable swimsuits
The swimsuits are really beautiful and in the upcoming season they will have ECONYL® logo in the hand tag. It is possible to buy them online from Koru web site.
Some days ago we spotted some nice pictures of a swimsuit on Instagram and discovered that a senior student of North Carolina State University created the swimsuit by using our ECONYL® regenerated yarn woven into beautiful Carvico fabric. We interviewed her to discover what inspired her and what she sees for the future of sustainability […]
Swimsuit designer Jessica Rey, founder of Rey Swimwear has developed sustainable swimsuit designs partnering with our company, Aquafil, to create designs that incorporate our ECONYL® 100% regenerated Nylon. Rey’s collection will include one-piece, two-piece and kids’ swimwear lines and will offer popular designs with women’s confidence, comfort, and timeless style in mind. The company was […]
On January 19th, our CEO Giulio Bonazzi participated in a panel discussion in Berlin at the Ethical Fashion Show. The subject was “Plastics in our waters: The role of the textile industry”. The moderator was Dr. Bernhard Bauske of WWF and the other guests were: Alexander Nolte (Langbrett), Michael Spitzbarth (Bleed), and Angele Zettner (Manufactum). […]
We never thought about our waste treatment center in Ajdovscina as a place for a photo shoot with a model. It is cold, big and full of waste material. But, we were intrigued when our client Kunert asked if they could organize a photo shoot with a model in our Ajdovscina Waste Treatment center among […]
Our new Medium article is a Q&A with young fashion designer Yorgos Voulgaris, who was the 2nd place winner of the MEDASSET/Healthy Seas sustainable fashion contest in Greece. We met him during his visit to the ECONYL® facilities in Slovenia and tried to find out how important sustainability is for his work. We hope this can be of inspiration for […]
Here is the video of the panel discussion “Weaving sustainability into our textiles” that took place at Plasticity Forum London on September 21st. The event was part of the London Design Festival and sought to bridge the gap between the design community and experts who work with plastic, recycling and the aspects of sustainability which relate to waste reduction. […]