On July 14th, Circle Economy opened its doors for another edition of Open Office Hours and welcomed circular fashion and textiles enthusiasts for a tour of what the Circle Textiles team has been working on over the past few months.
— Circle Economy (@circleeconomy) July 14, 2017
As circularity gains new ground, our team of textiles experts continue to work hard on ensuring the missing link to close the loop in fashion is accounted for. Brands can source recycled content, design for cyclability, and collect and resell used garments, but without the right infrastructure and technology in place, the majority of our clothing will inevitably end up landfilled or incinerated.
This is where our work comes in: from Beyond Green and Fibersort to Circle Market, our Circle Textiles Programme is constantly pioneering and investing in the projects that will move the textiles industry beyond the why and get down to the nitty-gritty of how to make circularity a reality in fashion.
Beyond Green 2017 will dig deeper into our 5-step plan to circularity.