Laplam: A Recycled Plastic That Resembles Oversized Bubble Wrap

by , 12/01/11   filed under: Eco-Textiles, Fabrictionary

Laplam, recycled plastic, Fabrictionary, eco-textiles, eco-friendly textiles, eco-fashion, sustainable fashion, green fashion, ethical fashion, sustainable style

LAPLAM \lä pläm\

n 1 a: A new material made from air-infused layers plastic—60 to 80 percent of which is recycled—with an appearance reminiscent of bubble wrap. b: Developed by a lab research team at Italian packaging manufacturer Tecnopack. c: Available in a range of saturated colors, the material is commonly used for furniture and women’s fashion accessories. d: Under the direction of Fabrizio Fattori, Laplam has been used for couture handbags, known as “Big Bubble Bags,” that are wildly popular in Italy’s metropolitan areas.

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