NEMEN’s Zero Waste Collection Re-Uses Leftover Fabrics
The NEMEN Zero Waste collection features a selection of re-used fabrics for a unique garment dyed finish & zero waste.
Regardless of sustainability, as great as it is, if you did have left over fabrics in the NEMEN manufacturing hub, you’d want to re-use them anyway. Who else do you know that puts their fabrics though the intense levels of dyeing like NEMEN do? Whether it’s Garment dyeing, dip dyeing or pigment dyeing, NEMEN have taken colourways to new complexities thanks to their state of the art dyeing processes. This latest NEMEN Zero Waste collection, not only re-uses leftover fabrics, but also boasts unique dyeing thanks to the different fabrics used.
Set up by Leonardo Fasolo in 2010, NEMEN has become a respected brand among those with a penchant for military inspired designs and one of a kind colours you could only dream of. With experience as a senior designer for both C.P. Company & Stone Island, Fasolo’s design concept is re-working classic sportswear silhouettes with a new complexity and a new dimeson of garment dyeing. After recently collaborating with PUMA earlier in 2021, NEMEN’s next drop goes with a sustainable spin with the Zero Waste collection.
Featuring a collection of classic NEMEN silhouettes such as the Fishtail Parka which boasts a waterproof Cotton-Nylon fabric, utility style pockets and a nylon ripstop inner. Other styles include ripstop bomber jackets, garment dyed cargo pants, water repellent goose down guard vests & garment dyed zipped overshirts. With removable NMN branding, each style also utilises a range of different fabrics for a unique garment dyed finish and zero waste.
The NEMEN Zero Waste collection is available now from a selection of stockists such as Overkill. Shop the drop now via the links above & don’t forget to subscribe to mint. & follow @the_mint_mag to keep up to date with all the latest apparel, footwear & everything else in between.