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Why Monki’s Green Machine is a recycling milestone

Swedish fast-fashion brand Monki has launched the first capsule clothing collection made using a breakthrough textile-to-textile recycling process that’s a huge step towards a closed loop for clothing. The Monki line-up consists of just two garments – a grey hoodie and track pants – made using the so-called Green Machine technology. But it represents a tipping point on the fashion…
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Why Monki’s Green Machine is a recycling milestone

Swedish fast-fashion brand Monki has launched the first capsule clothing collection made using a breakthrough textile-to-textile recycling process that’s a huge step towards a closed loop for clothing.

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