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Is coloured cotton sustainable?

Is coloured cotton sustainable?
What is Coloured cotton? Coloured Cotton is a type of naturally grown cotton which has been genetically modified with colour. And when it comes to our standard weave and dye process, since it comes with colour, there is no extra water and chemical dye needed in the latter production. Hence this is definitely a zero pollutant type of fibre.

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Women Entrepreneurs Online Network

Posted by Rose Paguia on

It has been a while since our founder, Edwina has joined the Women Entrepreneurs Online Network. And today we have tumble across our old memory, can you find where our founder is in this picture?   (Tips: near the "W")  

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Australian Circular Fashion Conference 2019

Australian Circular Fashion Conference 2019

This year, we were very honoured to be invited to the Australian Circular Fashion Conference to interact with the rest of #SustainableFashionIndustry, know what brands are up to and the missing gaps are in the market.  Though my time in ACFC 2019 was relatively short due to some urgent arrangement in Europe, I was lucky enough to get a glimpse on some fantastic speakers such as Elin Larsson who used to work for @Fillippa K.  We both ended up having a very interesting conversation about how Sustainable Fashion is "getting married" with Blockchain, and how brands are dealing with #textileWasteManagement....

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Big Announcement!

Big Announcement!

Our recent trip to Copenhagen has given us a bit of a nudge and a chance to review where we are as a company. We recently recorded a message to all our customers and subscribers. See the video below to hear the announcement and bits about our secret project.   Hope you can send us your comments about this change we are going to implement. At the end of the day, we are all on the same boat trying to help create a more sustainable fashion future. 

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Circularity in Australia

Circularity in Australia

In March 2018, we had the honor to be invited by the organiser of Australian Circular Fashion, Camille Reed to present ourselves as Round Table Expert, representing the Sustainable Textiles Industry.  Back to ACF, there were more than 20 experts from the industry sharing their knowledge and insight about innovation and development in the space, more or so the collectivism needed within the industry and impact that we were not aware of. Over 200 participants of the events from both the fashion (e.g. General Pants, Country Road, Forever New, Kmart, Target etc) and corporate industry (Australian Post) to make their...

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