Injiri launches 'The Recycle Project' to promote sustainable fashion
Womenswear brand Injiri has branched into quilts with the launch of its new sustainable initiative ‘The Recycle Project’ which uses fabric scraps to create decorative quilts with the aim of reducing textile waste.
Injiri has expanded its home textile offering with the launch of its new line of sustainable quilts, the brand announced on Facebook. The line will be available on Injiri’s dedicated e-commerce store.
“At Injiri, we repurpose the textile wastes from the products that we make to continue the connection of the textile to the artisans through the quilts,” the brand announced on Facebook. “In the #recyclequiltproject, we repurposed our textile waste through quilting, as well as piecing and patching, which are our primary waste-reduction techniques. It is the most time-intensive part of our work. If you look close at hand-made quilts you will see their peculiar character of them, with the quilter’s skill always present.”
Injiri’s latest collection Taan Baan also features repurposed fabric scraps for its summer wardrobe. The collection layers soft neutrals over vibrant checked textiles to create hidden pops of colour. With summer duster coats, loose tunics, and tactile textiles, the collection celebrates crafts as an art form.
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