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Does the 100% sustainable fabric touted by the fashion industry really exist? Dec 18 ,2019

In July, Inditex, Zara's parent company, announced that 100% of its products under all brands, including Zara, Pull&Bear and Massimo Dutti, would be made from sustainable swimsuit fabrics by 2025. Stores of all brands will be equipped with recycling devices for used clothes, and the group will use these materials and innovative technologies to make clothes again for the market.


The LYCRA Company, a leader in The development of innovative fibers and technology solutions for The apparel industry, recently launched a sustainability program called Planet Agenda. The project's LYCRA®EcoMade fiber was an instant market acceptance.

Why? Because this is leica's first branded spandex/elastic swimwear made from unused pre-consumer recycled materials. The company collects waste materials from the production site and mixes them with the original polymer to make EcoMade fibers. So that they can be made into eco-friendly swimsuits

Although made from production waste, the LYCRA®EcoMade fiber provides the same durable comfort, fit, and freedom of movement as the original LYCRA® fiber. The company also announced plans to convert most of its COOLMAX® and THERMOLITE® polyester fiber production to recyclable ingredients by the end of 2021.

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