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LimeLoop

LimeLoop is creating a future where goods are transported—and tracked—in reusable packaging.

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Polartec

One way to reduce microplastic pollution? Stop synthetic fibers from shedding in the first place. Polartec is on the case.

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For Days

For Days’s closed-loop clothing line is a zero-waste revolution in the making.

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CleanDye

To disrupt the dyeing industry, CleanDye is choosing CO₂ over H₂O.

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Kering

Kering is pushing for healthier soils, healthier materials and traceable supply chains.

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ThredUp

ThredUp is making shopping for secondhand clothing a mainstream activity.

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Nanollose

Alfie Germano, CEO and Managing Director

Nanollose has cracked the code of tree-free viscose using bacteria and discarded coconut waste.

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Asics

Asics is shrinking its carbon footprint, in part, by giving old clothes a new purpose.

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Lenzing

Lenzing’s revolutionary Tencel x Refibra lyocell now contains 10 percent more post-industrial recycled cotton, but the company isn’t stopping there.

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Eco Spindles

Eco Spindles’ first-of-its-kind plant transforms castoff plastic bottles into clothing yarn.

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Pangaia

Pangaia takes an innovative, plant-based approach to textile materials.

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Open Apparel Registry

The Open Apparel Registry is making it easier for the apparel industry to share data, improve efficiencies and increase collaboration.

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Circular Systems

Isaac Nichelson, CEO and Co-Founder

Waste not want not: Circular Systems is turning agricultural surplus into high-value textiles.

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We aRe SpinDye

We aRe SpinDye is revolutionizing synthetic-textile dyeing—and helping save the planet at the same time.

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The Renewal Workshop

The Renewal Workshop gives lightly damaged garments a life beyond the landfill.

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Allbirds

Allbirds is neutralizing its carbon footprint, one pair of shoes at a time.

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PrimaLoft

Recycled, recyclable and biodegradable under the right conditions, PrimaLoft’s new synthetic fibers are like no other on the market.

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DHL

DHL is greening the last mile with electric vehicles and more.

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Eon

Eon is using digital identities to prepare garments for the circular economy.

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Vertical Knits

Vertical Knits has reduced freshwater use during cotton dyeing by a massive 85 percent.

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Hirdaramani Group

Hirdaramani Group’s Sri Lankan apparel vertical has achieved net-zero carbon emissions.

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Adidas

Adidas is reducing its reliance on virgin plastic—and cleaning up the oceans at the same time.

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Oeko-Tex

Oeko-Tex’s new sustainable leather certification brings transparency to one of the industry’s most challenging value chains.

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Reformation

Reformation uses collaboration as a driver of sustainable innovation.

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Canopy

Canopy’s ForestMapper helps brands steer clear of ancient and endangered ecosystems.

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Patagonia

Patagonia is fighting climate change with political action, sustainable materials and regenerative agriculture.

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Sustainable Apparel Coalition

The Sustainable Apparel Coalition continues to hone the Higg Index to improve supply-chain transparency.

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Stuffstr

Stuffstr addresses circularity in retail from start to finish.

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HeiQ Materials and DuPont

HeiQ and DuPont have linked arms to offer a first-of-its-kind durable water repellent for leather sans fluorinated chemicals.

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Ambercycle

Akshay Sethi, CEO and Co-Founder

Ambercycle extracts polyester at the molecular level from mixed-fiber garments and spins it into new yarn.

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Vaude

Vaude’s Green Shape Core Collection showcases the future of sustainable outdoor gear.

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