Eco design, Refashion’s platform that provides help in understanding and taking-up the eco-design challenge.
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Sorting for circularity Europe : an evaluation and commercial assessment of textile waste across Europe
A study on the circularity of textile, household linen and footwear products across Europe. This document discusses the importance of collection and sorting in order to encourage the recyclability of textiles.
Textile processing guide : Pre-treatment, colouration and finishing
This guide looks at the environmental impacts of the dyeing and finishing processes in the fabric production stage and highlights mechanical and chemical innovations that have less impact on the environment.
Capturing the Impacts of Consumer Use and Product End of Life in Luxury
This Kering's study assess the environmental impacts of luxury goods during the consumer use and end life product, by taking into account essentials factors such as product care, product life span and product second life.
Vision of a Circular Economy for Fashion
A circular economy vision in which products (clothing, footwear, accessories) are used for longer durations, are designed to be re-manufactured, and are made from safe materials and recycled or renewable incoming materials.
Circular Materials Guidelines
Recommendations to incorporate recycled or regenerated raw materials into products.
Sustainable Materials Guide: Alternatives to Leather
With the rise in environmental and societal issues and concerns for animal well-being, companies and consumers are increasingly open to alternatives to leather. Alternatives to leather include: PU, fish skin, recycled leather, coconut, apple, pineapple, mushroom, cork, cactus and wine industry waste.
Sustainable Materials Guide : Viscose
Viscose is the third most used fibre in the world. Often considered as a vegetal alternative to silk owing to its properties, viscose can have serious consequences for forests, employees and local communities. Find out more about what needs to be considered when developing fashion collections using viscose.
2020 Fashion Transparency Index
The publication of the 5th Fashion Transparency Index, which assesses and classes 250 of the biggest fashion brands and retailers according to indicators which encompass a wide range of social and environmental topics.
Circular Economy Action Plan
A European action plan for a sustainable economic system designed according to a new industrial strategy.
Sustainable Strategies Toolkit
A toolkit which proposes the necessary resources to develop a sustainable fashion strategy.
MILAN AV-JC : Zero Waste Fashion Design
Objectives and working methods for zero waste fashion design.
The Life Cycle of a Pair of Jeans
The life cycle analysis of a pair of Levi's 501 jeans.
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What is Eco design?
Eco design is a platform whose purpose is to provide information and assist textile and footwear brands to rise to the eco-design challenge. This platform is a Refashion initiative (formerly Eco TLC), a public authority-approved eco-organisation for the CHF industry (Clothing, Household linen and Footwear).
Our vision: a 100% circular textile and footwear industry.
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