Tailoring and care in the choice of fabrics
*Attention! This text has been translated automatically, the official informations can be found on the Italian version of this website*
There is no Planet B.
The textile industry is the second most polluting after the oil sector. This is also why KORE aims to generate an economy that respects people and the environment. The fabrics that are selected come from vegetable raw materials whose production has a minimal impact on the environment, resist for a long time and can be disposed of without producing waste. Fabrics in seaweed, bamboo, gots cotton, nettle and peat, these are just some of the types of fabrics with which the unique products made by KORE tailoring are made.
Attention is also paid to recycling and recovery. Upcycling, which allows to give new values and life to the garments that should be disposed of, has a significant impact on the numbers of productions that are now running due to fast fashion. The same applies to the use of end-of-production waste fabrics and flawed or imperfect fabrics. Finally, wax, a cotton fabric with designs printed on both sides by two mechanical copper rollers, frequently appears in the collections, with the aim of highlighting the uniqueness, history and colors of these wonderful fabrics.