Design is infinite. Style is infinite.
ECONYL® is infinite.

ECONYL® regenerated nylon opens up endless possibilities for the people who make and wear apparel.

Fashion-forward brands and designers use ECONYL® regenerated nylon to create beautiful products that also drive the industry towards a sustainable future. ECONYL® regenerated nylon performs exactly the same as brand new nylon but gives you a sustainability edge, turning trash into treasure.

ECONYL®
FOR FASHION
AND SPORTSWEAR

In fashion, you can find ECONYL® regenerated nylon in high-end designer handbags, stylish clothes, hosiery and lingerie. And in sports, you can find it in high-performance sportswear, swimwear and outdoor apparel. ECONYL® regenerated nylon promotes constant creativity, wherever it’s used.

Discover the brands using ECONYL®

14 Jan 2019

Tropic of C, a swimwear collection by Candice Swanepoel

Positioned either side of the equator, the tropics were named more than 2000 years ago when sun was in the Cancer constellation. Just as the tides ceaselessly follow the cycle of the moon and stars, there, the summer never ends. In creating a sustainable swimwear brand, Candice, the founder of the brand, hopes to keep […]

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07 Jan 2019

Raw x Salt’s Collection – Ocean lovers with purpose

They seriously love kicking off their shoes and digging their toes deep in the sand. They love seeing how the glassy surface of the salt water can change into the foamy rhythm of the waves in a heartbeat. They are all up for the beachside naps and salty dips any time any day. They live in […]

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21 Dec 2018

Piwari – become one with the ocean

Founded somewhere in between the island of Sylt and the Jardin Majorelle – Piwari means to wave – like the aurora australis in the sky, like a palm tree in the wind. The first collection is inspired by the beauty of Marbella, a shell with the pearlescent shine from Tarifa & Moroccan patterns found in […]

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05 Dec 2018

Maru swimwear – the importance of recycling

Who can forget the final episode of Blue Planet 2 which took an unflinching look at the impact of human activity on the oceans, with Sir David Attenborough delivering a powerful rallying call for all of us to do more to protect the marine environment saying that the world’s oceans are turning into a ‘toxic soup […]

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12 Nov 2018

Kowtow: Ethical & sustainable womenswear from New Zealand

Founded in 2007 by Gosia Piatek, Kowtow is a label committed to creating positive change. Kowtow makes a conscious decision to only use renewable and sustainable fibres and ethical manufacturing to deliver collections that are utilitarian, minimal and carry an understated sense femininity. Their collections are entirely made with sustainably and ethically sourced materials, so, […]

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09 Nov 2018

Breitling creates the first watch strap made from recycled ocean plastic

With the Superocean Héritage II Chronograph 44 Outerknown, Breitling is, for the first time ever, introducing a watch with a strap made from recycled materials. Each timepiece features a NATO strap made from ECONYL® yarn, a regenerated nylon waste from landfills and oceans around the world. “The Superocean Héritage II Chronograph 44 Outerknown is part […]

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