Bi ECO FASHION it’s an artisanal niche fashion brand, born from our honest desire to fight against waste and pollution.
Most of our garments are produced in a series of 4 pieces. In the manufacturing process, some parts are cut one by one in a traditional tailoring technique. As we are the producers, we can always remake the pieces on demand at email@example.com, but our desire is to eliminate waste and resource consumption as a result of excess production and hypercomsumption.
This is why the price will always reflect our true effort and will remain stable, avoiding sales.
Our journey started seeing pictures of animals caught in the fishing nets. We discovered the fabulous yarn:
ECONYL® regenerated nylon made from waste such as fishing nets from the oceans and aquaculture, fabric scraps from mills and carpets destined for landfill, it is infinitely recyclable and can unleash infinite possibilities for makers, creators and consumers.
It’s exactly the same as virgin nylon and can be recycled, recreated and remolded infinitely. Meaning that you create new products and buy new products without ever having to use new resources.”
We have made all our colored garments with ECONYL® regenerated nylon. After, we wanted to bring a colorful, vibrant touch on our products and we’ve printed another wonderful white fabric made from recycled plastic. Most of all prints (Hummingbirds, Seahorse and others) are painted by a friend of us. Everybody wanted to be a part of this story, including the wonderful friends – models who wear our collection in the pictures.
We honestly hope to bring the two worlds in one product, sustainable and fashionable.
In our design we’ve eliminated, as much as possible, the rigid parts such as accessories or buttons, for en easier deconstruction and recycling procedure.
We love the minimal look, mono materials cut for an easy disassembly, using threads with the same composition of the garment’s materials and we hope that adopting new practices will bring us closer to a never ending supply loop, putting back discarded textiles into the cycle.
Sustainability in fashion is clearly a broad topic, confusing and difficult to define. But we all agree that we must see it as a movement, not a moment. Because our future depends on it.