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ECONYL® Regenerated Nylon

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06 Oct 2020

Mercedes-Benz presents the new S-class with floor mats made with ECONYL® regenerated nylon

The S-Class stands for the fascination of MERCEDES-BENZ: legendary and traditional engineering expertise defines the luxury segment in the automobile industry. The new S-Class can be experienced with all the senses – seeing, feeling, hearing and smelling – while offering numerous innovations that allow humans not only to travel comfortably and work relaxed, but also […]

22 Jun 2020

Gucci Off The Grid, featuring ECONYL® yarn

Gucci Off The Grid means to live in a way that is unrecorded, behaving independently, in tune with the natural surroundings and away from the mainstream. Gucci sees in this philosophy a desire to leave behind a lighter footprint and journey more responsibly. With this in mind, for pre-fall 2020-21 Gucci has developed Gucci Off […]

11 Oct 2020

Last years’ carpets are today’s couture – ECONYL® at the Green Carpet Fashion Awards 2020

This year’s extraordinary edition will centre around the theme of togetherness and rebirth – Aquafil highlights how discarded materials can be regenerated into ECONYL® yarn for the fashion industry Matilda De Angelis wears a mid-length cocktail dress Prada Re-Nylon and ankle boots completely made from Aquafil’s ECONYL® regenerated nylon yarn. Milan, 10th October 2020 – […]

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06 Oct 2020

Coral Eyewear launch UK’s first glasses collection created with ECONYL®

Sustainability focused start-up Coral Eyewear has become the first UK-based company to create and launch a collection of glasses and sunglasses made with ECONYL® regenerated nylon. The Endangered collection from Coral Eyewear features six unisex designs available in four colours and can be tailored with prescription lenses. Each frame comes accompanied with a recycled plastic […]

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01 Oct 2020

Webinar – Dumpster Diversion: Designing with the end in mind

In July this year, Lance Hosey wrote on the Arch Daily that architects never waste a good crisis. And for this matter, we believe designers don’t either. He continues, “At heart, we are problem-solvers, and we jump at every problem that needs solving, a tendency that is inherent to our industry’s optimism.” Lance Hosey was […]

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