5 of our Waste Reduction Brands

 

Have you heard of the term ‘circular economy’? Basically it means that when the lifespan of a product or goods is over, it can be recycled or reused into something else, ie, a circular lifespan.

SANNA believes that waste is the result of poor design… déguelasse! We, therefore, see circular economies and smart waste management practices as solid steps toward a greener future. Today, selected brands and products that integrate textile deadstock, upcycling practices, or low-waste methods into their manufacturing processes make part of our selection; giving pre-loved materials a second chance in life once more.

 

APO FRANCE

 

APO FRANCE is an organic, zero-waste cosmetics brand started by two dads in the North of France. Not finding any products adapted to their needs, they decided to make their own! Discover their range of zero-waste self-care tools that will make your life easier and take care of the planet!

set of reusable bamboo make up remover squares apo france sanna conscious concept

Set of 7 Reusable Bamboo Make-Up Remover Squares from APO France, 18.00€

reusable ear cleaner apo france sanna conscious concept Reusable Ear Cleaner from APO France, 5.00€

solid hair shampoo for all hair types apo france sanna conscious conceptSolid Shampoo for All Hair Types from APO France, 10.00€

solid hair conditioner for all hair types apo france sanna conscious concept

Solid Hair Conditioner for all hair types from APO France, 10.00€

 

THE SUMMER HOUSE

 

The Summer House is an ethically made clothing brand in Bangalore, India, that works with high quality and sustainable fabrics, such as Econyl. This revolutionary material is made from 100% recycled nylon fibers, from plastic waste collected from our oceans and landfills. Econyl is an elastic and highly resistant fiber, and is most often used as an eco-responsible alternative to swimwear or sportswear, usually made from highly polluting materials such as polyester, polyamide and elastane. Discover the two styles of reversible swimsuits made of Econyl by The Summer House, which will make you Summer ready for many years to come!

 

 

woman protecting herself from the sun wearing a lavender one piece ada from the summer house sanna conscious conceptwoman wearing a green one piece ada the summer house sanna conscious concept

 

  Ada Reversible One Piece in Forest Green and Lavender from The Summer House, 115.00€

 

woman wearing a lavender reservible bikini bob the summer house sanna conscious conceptwoman wearing a green reversible bikini bob and a shirt the summer house sanna conscious concept

 

   Bob Reversible Bikini in Forest Green and Lavender from The Summer House, 115.00€

 

SWEDISH STOCKINGS

 

Swedish stockings is a sustainable hosiery brand that makes stockings from pre- and post-consumer nylon waste. The company is proud to say that all of their stockings contain between 65% and 97% recycled materials, with the rest being made of elastane (the material that gives stockings their elasticity!). It also has a recycling program, which encourages consumers to contribute to the brand’s circular economy.  Discover Swedish Stockings’ range of stylish and environmentally friendly socks!

 

Svea Premium Tights in Black from Swedish Stocking sanna conscious concept

Svea Premium Tights in Black from Swedish Stockings, 20.00€

 

Moa Control Top Tights in Sand from Swedish Stockings sanna conscious concept

Moa Control Top Tights in Sand from Swedish Stockings, 23.00€

 

 

Stella Shimmery Socks in Dusty Rose from Swedish Stockings sanna conscious concept

Stella Shimmery Socks in Dusty Rose from Swedish Stockings, 18.00€

 

Stella Shimmery Socks in Light Grey from Swedish Stockings sanna conscious concept

Stella Shimmery Socks in Light Grey from Swedish Stockings, 18.00€

 

Ida Premium Steps in Nude 2-Pack from Swedish Stockings sanna conscious concept

Ida Premium Steps in Nude 2-Pack from Swedish Stockings, 13.00€

 

OHSEVENDAYS

 

OHSEVENDAYS is a carefully crafted women’s clothing brand that creates sustainable items from dead stock fabrics in Istanbul, Turkey. Their goal is to make “slow fashion” out of “fast fashion”.  Textile recycling is the process by which unused fabrics are reclaimed for reuse or reclaimed to create either new unique clothing or simply something else. Be surprised by our selection of OHSEVENDAYS’ deadstock pieces.

 

woman wearing a white jumpsuit cloud from ohsevendays sanna conscious concept

 

   Cloud Jumpsuit in White from OHSEVENDAYS, 170.00€

 

woman wearing a white top ivy and a white skirt ohsevendays sanna conscious concept

 

   Ivy Skirt in White from OHSEVENDAYS,160.00€

 

woman wearing a tube top tuesday from ohsevendays sanna conscious concept

 

  Tuesday Tube Top in White with colored stripes from OHSEVENDAYS, 95.00€

 

woman wearing a white top ivy ohsevendays sanna conscious concept

 

    Ivy Top in White from OHSEVENDAYS, 115.00€

 

woman wearing a blue blouse kyoto from  ohsevendays and shorts from boyish jeans sanna conscious concept

 

   Kyoto Blouse in Blue from OHSEVENDAYS, 140.00€

 

GUPPYFRIEND

 

GUPPYFRIEND is a patented microplastics solution created in Germany, that filters out the tiniest microfibers released from textiles during washing that ends up in rivers and oceans. The self-cleaning fabric bag is untreated, undyed, does not contain any additives, and is made of a specially designed micro-filter material. Simply collect the fibers at the end of the wash cycle and dispose of them properly. Do your part to save our waterways from plastic pollution!

guppyfriend sanna conscious conceptWashing Bag from GUPPYFRIEND, 29.99€

 

 

 

 

Sources:
https://www.consoglobe.com/recyclez-textiles-usages-3305-cghttps://blog.la-pigiste.com/2019/02/21/le-recyclage-textile-cest-quoi-et-pourquoi/#:~:text=Le%20recyclage%20des%20textiles%20permet,la%20demande%20de%20colorants%20chimique.https://www.wedressfair.fr/matieres/econyl-nylon-recyclehttps://swedishstockings.com/https://www.maisonbrico.com/reduire-ses-dechets/zero-dechet-que-faire-avec-chutes-tissu,18384.html
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