Italian denim manufacturer, Replay, have dropped their latest offering of sustainable unisex materials.
Dubbed ‘Hyperflex Re-used’, products are crafted from eco-raw materials and a mix of reused or recycled materials and include a range of washed denim in various silhouettes.
“The winning idea consists of recovering waste cotton fibres lost in the spinning process,” explains the label.
“This loss makes around 10% of the virgin cotton, a significant quantity that, thanks to Hyperflex Re-used, is included in the new production cycle – thus creating CCS-certified cotton. The recycled polyester is created from reused PET bottles or other certified waste. Following a careful process of collection, selection, washing and sterilizing, the caps and labels are removed and the bottles are crushed into pellets which are respun into new fibre elements.”
Products retail at £150 and are avaliable at replayjeans.com.