Newlife: A Celebrity-Approved Fabric Made From Recycled Plastic Bottles

Livia Firth, Golden Globes. Green Carpet Challenge, Georgo Armani, Alberto Parada, Damiani, Roger Vivier, Colin Firth, eco-fashion, sustainable fashion, green fashion, ethical fashion, sustainable style

NEWLIFE \nü ˈlīf\

n 1 a: A polyester yarn made from 100 percent post-consumer recycled plastic bottles. b: Processed through a mechanical, rather than chemical, process in Italy by textile manufacturer Saluzzo Yarns (formerly Filature Miroglio). c: Relies on a patented horizontal integration system that involves a bottle-sourcing company, a materials convertor, and a textile factory. 2: End uses include fashion, sportswear, underwear, technical clothing, workwear, medical garments, outdoor clothes, furnishings, and accident-prevention textiles. 3: Used by Georgio Armani to create an eco-friendly gown for Livia Firth at the 2012 Golden Globe Awards.

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One Response to “Newlife: A Celebrity-Approved Fabric Made From Recycled Plastic Bottles”

  1. laura delman says:

    This is an amazing fabric that I am using in my next line.
    Laura L Delman, Creative Director/Founder imagineNATION

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