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The Fabrics

Garbage Factory


* Composition 78% Nylon (recycled) 22% Lycra

* All colours available plus hundreds of Prints )

Nylon waste from landfills and oceans around the world is transformed into ECONYL® regenerated nylon. It's exactly the same as brand new nylon and can be recycled, recreated and remoulded again and again. Life is versatile, hyper-resistant, thin, elegant, stretch, soft and breathable: a unique mix of muscular compression and comfort. Features include suncream and oil resistant, excellent UV protection and ultrachlorine resistant.


* Composition 78% Nylon (recycled) 22% Lycra

A sustainable techno-fabric, made of ECONYL® regenerated Nylon, which boasts excellent recovery power and always the perfect muscular compression aimed at decreasing the production of lactic acid, thus boosting a faster recovery of energy. Soft and pleasant on the skin, compact and breathable.




*Composition: 66% TENCEL™ Lyocell, 28% Organic Cotton, 6% Spandex

This four-way stretch Lyocell fabric is one of the most environmental friendly choices for knit fabric. The composition makes Tencel incredibly comfortable to wear; it is soft, light, has natural breathability and 50% greater moisture absorption than cotton. The fibres are also naturally anti-bacterial.   Lyocell’s smooth fiber surface feels soft and supple against the skin and its incredible wicking abilities keep the skin dry, making lyocell a great fabric for sensitive skin.

The trendiest and smoothest natural fibre on the current market TENCEL or LYOCELL is a rayon fibre (like viscose) made of wood pulp from sustainably certified beech and eucalyptus trees from managed Eucalyptus groves in Austria, Australia, America and China. 

Lyocell is produced in a solvent spinning process that is organic, sustainable and uniquely revolutionary.  This  fabric is OEKO-TEX certified which signifies  that there are no harmful substances present on the fabric.  It  is the only fully closed loop cellulose fibre on the market with waste products being recycled back into the process only 2% waste is generated.  This is fantastic news as garment production and fabric dying are huge polluters of the current world.  The disadvantage is that it costs more to produce than other eco fibres.  

Eucalyptus Tree

"Beautiful jumpsuit that fits me perfectly.  It's beautifully made with an eye for detail"

-Saskia, London

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