Napapijri presents Infinity

The first 100% recyclable jacket, which embodies the brand’s mission to create a circular future for fashion.

Napapijri has literally translated the meaning of sustainability linked to the circular economy by designing a product with green characteristics and a very high degree of innovation, which can be returned even after two years.

This totally recyclable garment is called Infinity. Its composition is mono-material and looks to reuse: padding and finishes are in nylon, while the fabric is in regenerated nylon econyl, a high-performance yarn recycled from discarded fishing nets and other waste materials.


“Padding and finishes made of regenerated Nylon 6.

The “circular” Infinity jacket closes its circle with a unique digital collection program: by registering online, customers have the possibility, after at least two years, to return their jacket and receive in exchange a 100 Euro voucher to be used on napapijri. com to purchase their next product. Infinity will therefore be transformed into new yarns and new products.


Mango, the Second Changes in clothing

The initiative is part of a broader Mango strategy aimed at making the company more sustainable.  

The Catalan company Mango has launched its first collection of garments inspired by the concept of circular economy. The “Second Chances” project since 2016 has recovered more than 32 million discarded clothes thanks to the installation of 420 bins distributed in all Mango stores in Spain, France, Portugal, Germany, Croatia, Holland, Italy and the United Kingdom. .

“6 tons of recycled and rewoven cotton fabric.

The clothing items, two for men and two for women, are made up of 20% recycled fibers and 80% sustainable cotton. The entire production process has minimized the textile residue, water consumption (about 85%) and the impact on the environment.

“Second Change”, created in collaboration with Koopera, a cooperative promoted by Caritas, will be re-proposed every year. In addition to the production of new clothing, the garments collected can also be used in other areas, such as the upholstery of sofas or to generate energy.


Re-Burberry Edit, the sustainable collection

Sustainability and innovation: the two key concepts that inspired Burberry’s capsule collection for Spring-Summer 2020.

Burberry invests in sustainability by unveiling the ‘ReBurberry Edit’ capsule.

“Recycled nylon, made with regenerating fishing nets.

From lightweight jackets and coats to bags with graphics and logos, Econyl recycled nylon yarn items mix elegance and modernity with low environmental impact as they give a second life to regenerated fishing nets, scraps of fabric and industrial plastic.


A-Collection, art meets recycling at Palazzo Barolo

The environment meets contemporary art: A_Collection, an exhibition of tapestries made with yarns derived from recycled plastic.

The A-Collection project in Turin, curated by Chiara Casarin, intertwines the contemporary research of young but established artists on the Italian scene with the creative vision of new weaving techniques.

So far the project has allowed the creation of 10 + 1 fascinating large contemporary tapestries, made with yarns obtained from the processing of recycled plastic.

“Photo: Piroétte, recycled plastic and natural yarns.

Thanks to technological research and creativity, it is possible to combine attention for the environment with the production of works of art, creating, from a product considered “waste”, a high-level contemporary object, luxurious as a work of art.

Re-Burberry Edit, the sustainable collection Sustainability and innovation: the two key concepts that inspired Burberry’s capsule collection for Spring-Summer 2020. Burberry invests in sustainability by


Fiat Hybrid range: 500 and Panda Hybrid Launch Edition

The first FCA city cars equipped with the new Mild Hybrid petrol technology. The first step in the electrification of the Fiat brand. 

The new mild hybrid versions of the Fiat 500 and Panda could satisfy even the most environmentally sensitive customers. The interior fabrics of the new series are combined with the sustainability of the Seaqual project which supports ocean cleaning interventions to counter pollution and give new life to waste: the seat covers of the two “small” ones come – in part – from the sea .

To obtain it, it is necessary to transform the plastic collected in the sea into flakes of polyethylene terephthalate, to then make the raw yarn. In the next step, the marine origin polyester is blended with other natural fibers, recycled or recovered. A “green” process, completed by the application of ecological dyes and finishes.

“The Seaqual yarn comes from“ upcycled ”marine plastic.

Although this fabric offers properties and qualities identical to those of polyester, as well as playing an active role in cleaning the deep ocean, it allows a 40% reduction in water consumption, 50% energy savings and limits carbon emissions by 60%.