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.
Tommy Hilfiger, one of the licensed brands in Safilo’s portfolio, features ECONYL® in its eco-sustainable eyewear collection.
Safilo, a worldwide leader in the design, manufacturing, and distribution of eyewear, today announces the introduction of ECONYL® regenerated nylon in its eyewear collections. The new TOMMY JEANS eyewear collection, recently launched by Tommy Hilfiger, one of the licensed brands in Safilo’s portfolio, is the first that features styles made of ECONYL® regenerated nylon. Safilo […]
Choosing sustainable practices and materials to create beautiful spaces is one of the most important and exciting design challenges of our time According to Lance Hosey, FAIA, LEED Fellow and Design Resilience director for Gensler, studies show that designers and architects can impact up to 90 percent of a project’s eventual impact based on the […]
An icon of non-conformity, the Sacco celebrates 50 years: this symbol of the cultural transformation of 1968 returns renewed in a green edition, in recognition of the need for global change. Zanotta celebrates this anniversary by launching a numbered, limited edition collection: innovative and sustainable materials– both the internal padding and the cover, featuring a […]
Forecast trendsetter Rikke Skytte warns the audience during a keynote about sustainability and trends, “Attention, no one is coming to save you. This life is 100% your responsibility”. From here, we’re taken on a fantastic journey that highlights trends and the future of humanity, where sustainability is a megatrend that is here to stay and […]
The story behind the new Prada Re-Nylon sustainability initiative has been charted across the globe – uncovering the methods by which harmful and wasteful materials – fishing nets, discarded textiles and old carpets – are regenerated. These raw materials are harnessed to produce eternally recyclable ECONYL®, which Prada used to create the Prada Re-Nylon collection, […]
The intensive collaboration between Tarkett and Aquafil over recent years goes beyond the traditional customer and supplier relationship. The result is a significant step towards circular economy. Tarkett has sourced PA6 and ECONYL® regenerated nylon from Aquafil for more than a decade and uses ECONYL® yarn in its Desso AirMaster carpet tiles, for example. Now, […]