By Bianca Salonga
An evolved consumer of fashion goods invests in quality and workmanship. Their purchases are informed by ideals of sustainability and mindfulness. For them, acquiring apparel or accessories are not determined solely on the merits of aesthetic—although style still continues to inspire a fashion purchase.
Since the introduction of Econyl 2007, more and more fashion labels have integrated the use of these fabrics into their designs. This breakthrough material is a “regenerated nylon fiber made with discarded waste collected from landfills and oceans (fishing nets and fabric straps).”