Recycled Denim by ASOS

Ethical Fashion, Fashion Revolution, recycled denim, eco denim

Ethical Fashion, Fashion Revolution, recycled denim, eco denim

Did you know it takes a staggering 8,000 litres of water to make a single pair of jeans? Yep, not good for the environment at all… I love a dreamy denim just as much as you do, which is why I’m so excited about ASOS introducing a new sustainable denim line to try to make a change.

While recycling clothing is nothing new, there’s a bunch of game-changing new tech on the scene which works to shred used fabric so it can be woven into a new high-quality thread. This recycled cotton, which is actually even stronger than the first batch, is blended with CmiA cotton – Cotton made in Africa, an aid initiative that works to improve living conditions of cotton farmers across Africa!

Ethical Fashion, Fashion Revolution, recycled denim, eco denim






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