Recycled materials stand as beacons of responsibility, embodying a transformative journey from waste to wardrobe. Recycled cotton, for example, is a natural fibre that has been recycled from general cotton. The fabric is generated from either pre-consumer waste, from production processes, or post-consumer waste, from used clothes and other fabrics, which might otherwise end up in landfills.

Furthermore, recycled polyester and nylon exemplify the circular economy's power - reducing waste and conserving energy. Utilizing recycled polyester reduces dependence on oil-based sources, while recycled nylon diverts materials from consumer and fishnets. With origins in discarded pre-consumer wastea and fishnets, these material's life circles are extended and contribute to eco-conscious production. The process of recycled materials reduces a significant amount of water, energy, and carbon emission, by offsetting production of new materials and minimizing dying processes.
By choosing recycled materials, we along with our consumers', actively minimize resource consumption, support responsible sourcing, contribute to reducing carbon footprint and promoting responsible consumption.

Embracing recycled textiles isn't merely a choice; it's a commitment to a harmonious relationship between fashion and our planet, where style and ethics seamlessly intertwine.

Using recycled materials fuels the demand that supports responsible industry practices and aligns with BLANCHE's values on contributing to a more environmentally and socially responsible fashion industry.