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Lease A Jeans is a program of MUD Jeans where consumers can lease instead of buy a pair of jeans.
SITRA, a Finnish fund that was commissioned to promote Finland’s economic growth, partnered with Circle Economy to research innovative service-based business models in the fashion and textile indus
Interface produces modular carpet tiles that allow for endless customisation.
Wieland Textiles has been dealing in quality used clothing and shoes on a massive scale since 1982.
Project JUST provides a platform for consumers to find out more about ethical and responsible information for clothing from various brands and retailers.
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Repair Cafés are free meeting places and they’re all about repairing clothes, furniture, electrical appliances, bicycles, crockery, appliances, toys, etc.
Fruitleather Rotterdam is currently developing a new, eco- friendly process that converts leftover fruits into durable, leather-like material.
Nebia leverages advances in design and thermofluids to create a better shower experience that saves thousands of gallons of water a year.
Re:newcell has made Rayon from recycled cotton and created the first dress from 100% recycled cotton. They are also building textile recycling factories throughout Europe.
ArtStock recovers and recycles sets, props and stage equipment from various artistic productions and then redistributes them by selling them to its members at low cost.
DLL provides financing for immediate retrofit/upgrade project opportunities for lighting.
Circular Clockworks produces watches made from recycled materials.
The Internet of Clothes aims to use RFID technology in a cheap, washable tag that can be added to any garment.
One studio in Berlin has discovered an unexplored use for algae as a "biodynamic color palette" for dyeing textiles.
AirDye, a new method created by Colorep for dyeing textiles.
Sewbo is the worlds first robot used to sew garments, taking steps towards the long-sought goal of automation for garment production.
Levi’s launched a Water<Less™ line of jeans in 2011, designed to reduce the use of water.
Renault’s Zoe Z.E.
Tjeerd Veenhoven has created innovative uses for discarded tulip petals from the 800,000 flower heads that are discarded annually per hectare.