ISPO is the world’s largest trade fair for sporting goods and sportswear in the world. The exhibition will take place in Munich from the 26th of January to the 29th. Healthy Seas will be there with a space inside “Brands for good” area in Booth A1/231/237. If you are there, pass by and take a look at this exciting no-profit initiative created to recover abandoned fishing nets from the seas and recycle them into ECONYL® yarn for new sustainable products.
Sustainability has become a strategic priority for the automotive industry, with automotive organizations increasingly using sustainable materials and 62% claiming to have a comprehensive sustainability strategy, according to Capgemini. Since 2016, the BMW Group has used ECONYL® yarn to make its floor and floormats for the BMW i3, BMW iX, and other models. Committed to […]
Sustainability and circular economy are top of mind for manufacturers and consumers but what does that mean for material scientists, engineers, and designers? How might we best address these issues? Wednesday, February 24th / 11am EST, join Material ConneXion, Dr. Andrew Dent, and Giulio Bonazzi for an insightful conversation on material topics. The webinar is […]
Instagram Live on Wednesday 9th December on @econylbrand, with Vogue Intl Sustainability Editor Emily Chan and Outerknown Creative Director John Moore. 6pm GMT | 7pm CET | 10am PST
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 – […]
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 […]
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 […]