The Jeans Redesign by KIPAS

Kipas DENIM has the opportunity to shift from the take-make-waste model of today to a circular economy in which business models increase the use of clothes, clothes are made from safe and renewable materials, and old clothes are used to make new ones.

Come discover them this 3rd and 4th December at the Denim Première Vision Show in London.

Constant stream of INNOVATION

Powered by ready-to-market denim fabrics and an open-to-dialogue service approach.
A priority on providing maximum access to sustainable solutions.

 

Heritage

The roots of denim are re-interpreted with innovative features to build a path towards: softness, brightness and premium performance.

  • ADVANTAGE: recycled content, wide-widths, cost-neutrality.
  • DYNAMIX: Engineered to achieve softness, a premium denim character, and high elasticity all at once. Constructed using a network of ideas to deliver: smooth structures, intensified elasticity and denim context

GREEN HUB resolution of sustainable solutions

A beautiful complicity of thinking around sustainable fibres.

  • OPTIMISED RESULTS, REWINDED MATERIALS, PURPOSEFUL COMPOSITIONS

FREELANCE DENIM, for all day, everyday

Loungewear denim designed to redefine workwear for moments of peace and calm. Developed for comfort-seeking consumers.

  • EASEFUL CONSTRUCTIONS, ANY TIME-ANY PLACE INNOVATION, BREATHABLE TEXTURES

RAW to DATE

Updated raw structures designed to perform effectively together with:

  • GLEAMING SURFACES, ENGAGING COMFORT, GENTLE CONSTRUCTIONS

Kipas DENIM is proud to announce that it now uses only recycled polyester.

In partnership with Repreve since 2016, all new polyester developments will be made with recycled polyester. The brand also undertakes to use cotton resources in a reactive manner. Thus, it will not use conventional cotton in its spring-summer collection, relying instead on BCI, recycled or organic cotton.

Kipas is a partner of the Ellen MacArthur Foundation in the Jeans Redesign project. Jeans Redesign provides guidelines for the fashion industry, showing what is possible when forces are joined. This is an opportunity to shift from the take-make-waste model of today to a circular economy.

Come to meet the Kipas DENIM team on the Denim Première Vision Show this 3rd and 4th December at Printworks London.

Interested in learning more about Kipas DENIM? Find more information on their website.

 

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