Textile to textile recycling technology that can separate and recapture polyester (PET) and cotton from discarded, low-value clothing to produce virgin-equivalent, cost competitive polyester and cellulosic raw materials to go back into the supply chain as part of a continual process.
An innovative new technology that recycles post-consumer cotton textile waste to create premium, renewable fiber. Reduced CO2 emissions by 90% compared to polyester production, and water usage by 98% compared to traditional cotton fiber.
Biofabricated silk fibers MicrosilkTM - based on proteins found in nature, produced using Bolt Threads proprietary technology and revolutionary bioengineering concepts. Next generation of performance fibers, fabrics and luxury products that represent cutting-edge technology in science, while raising the bar for quality, performance and design.
Laboratory-engineered cruelty free leather. Vitro Labs is currently developing BioFur, lab-grown pelts and leather from stem-cells.
Water, stain, and odour repellent natural fabrics. Dropel is moving performance apparel from synthetics to natural fibers.
Man-made, lab-grown diamonds that evolve the way the industry looks at provenance and supply chain. Diamond Foundry takes the two big greenhouse gases – methane and carbon dioxide – and creates diamonds, with oxygen and water as the output.
Nanotechnology for earthly clothing. Hydrop proposes a wide range of environmentally friendly cleaning, protecting, and hydrophobic products.
Garments produced by responsible manufacturers using sustainable methods and materials. Reformation design and manufacture most of their collections in the U.S. with improved practices throughout their supply chain, significantly reducing the environmental impact of each item produced.