Textile

 

Circularity to us means to use resources in the most anticipating and innovative way so we keep their value infinitely

Ina Budde, Design for Circularity

 

Some say that the fashion industry is the second most polluting industry in the world after oil and gas. Textiles are all around us from the clothes that we wear to the furnishing in our homes and offices. We even use fashion as a way to express our individuality. When the average garment in Europe is only worn 7 times before being thrown away, something is wrong.

 

Isn’t it time that we find a better way to produce and consume textiles?

 

At CRCLR designers, experts and consumers join together to rethink the textile industry stitch by stitch. We can keep you up-to-date on the latest developments in this field and offer tools to use in real-life situations. Below you will find articles and events on circular textile. Check them out and join us!