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Recycling cotton

Last updated: 29th June 2018

Miami, United States

Our customers help us collect unwanted clothing and we send them to Guatemala to be recycled into new fabrics that are used to make new products

  • I

    Collecting unwanted clothing

    We collect unwanted clothing from our customers in our two locations in Miami

    Recycling bins in our Little River location

    Recycling bins in our Little River location

    Miami, United States

  • II

    Reuse

    Out of our Lab we host upcycled events where consumers can upcycle their clothes or the clothes we collect to give them a second life

    Alter Series gives unwanted clothing a second life

    Alter Series gives unwanted clothing a second life

    Miami, United States

  • III

    Recycle

    Unwasted clothing are shredded, and spun into new thread. Recycled fabric is made to make new products like dresses and shirts

    New thread is made from unwanted denim

    New thread is made from unwanted denim

    Guatemala

  • IV

    Manufacturing

    We work with small family owned shops in Guatemala to make our recycled collections

    Designer Valeria Savino in a manufacturing facility in Guatemala

    Designer Valeria Savino in a manufacturing facility in Guatemala

    Guatemala

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