Bikinis made from recycled fabric, women’s dresses made from vintage sheets and girls’ clothes made from men’s shirts, all in a zero waste approach? Here’s Emroce!
Founded by New Zealander Emma Churchill, the brand focusses a lot of its energy and resources on pattern making to create zero waste lay plans.
Their swimwear is made with ECONYL® nylon fibre regenerated from recovered fishing nets and other nylon waste (and is the definition of “simple yet elegant”!).
Emroce believes fashion should last, which is why their kids clothes are designed to grow with the child through the use of buttons and drawstrings, with some garments being able to fit toddlers to teenagers.
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