Desigual Teams up with Ecoalf in a Collection of Sustainable Garments

Production Editor: Hülya Karahan

The Spanish firm Desigual moves towards the most cutting edge in terms of sustainability with Ecoalf. Company with which it has just launched a new capsule collection of 100 percent sustainable outerwear, made from waste and from recycled materials whose use minimizes the consumption of raw materials.

Garments such as a padded jacket for women in white, black and red (279.95 euros) made with 100 percent polyamide exterior and 100 percent polyester padding; a long padded jacket in black and military green (299.95 euros) of similar characteristics and interior polka dot print; shoes (119.95 euros) with the logo of both firms; a black “roll-up” backpack (99.95 euros) made of nylon and polyester, polyurethane and polyamide; another backpack (119.95 euros) in blue; and a reversible green and black bucket hat, made of recycled polyester.

Desigual is allied with Ecoalf in a collection of sustainable garments Desigual is allied with Ecoalf in a collection of sustainable garments
Strategies aimed at reducing the environmental impact.

A wide collection of 100 percent recycled garments and accessories, which keep their goals as long-lasting as they are timeless. A feature that is not trivial, given that this will allow them to be used winter after winter, thus increasing their ethically and environmentally sustainable characteristics.

“It is the responsibility of all political, economic, business and social actors to contribute to the reduction of the environmental impact generated by our activity”, and in Desigual “we are aware of this and we want to participate in this challenge, also in the challenge of responding to social and environmental demands that increasingly incorporate more people in their daily lives and habits of consumption, leisure, etc. ”. To that end, from the company they are advancing through different initiatives, among which we find from this collection developed with Ecoalf, to the new sustainable collection that will be launched shortly by the creative Miranda Makaroff.


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Also increasing the percentage of fabrics manufactured in Europe, or introducing more and more sustainable fibers in their collections. But “not everything is the fabric,” they point out, “sustainability also has to do with taking care of the process and the impact we generate through our activity and reducing our carbon footprint.”

Desigual teams up with Ecoalf in a collection of sustainable garments

“The reduction of the environmental impact is everyone’s responsibility,” says Javier Goyeneche, president and founder of Ecoalf. “That is why alliances between companies that are part of the fashion industry are essential to continue moving towards a model that allows sustainable fashion production.” “Accompanying Desigual in this commitment to unite its unique design and creativity with sustainability and commitment to the environment,” he adds, “is a challenge to which a satisfaction.”


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