Stella McCartney’s biodegradable stretch denim line: All the details here

Posted: 20 January 2020 10:38 am


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Find out when and where you can get your hands on Stella McCartney's world-first biodegradable stretch denim line.

The world of ethical and sustainable high-street fashion is one that is constantly growing. More and more brands are jumping on the bandwagon and we couldn't be happier.

Stella McCartney has been pioneering sustainable fashion for a long time. In fact, she's worked with adidas to create vegan sneakers, 3D printed shoes and sustainable athleisure. What can you expect to see next? Denim.

The fashion designer is dropping a biodegradable stretch denim line, that just so happens to be the first of its kind. While we haven't actually seen the pieces yet, we know that it will feature a grand total of ten different denim items. There are so many possibilities of what it could be – jeans, jackets, skirts and more! You can expect to see them debut alongside the fall 2020 collection in May.

The news broke via an Instagram photo that you can see here. "The fabric is created by Candiani Denim using organic cotton wrapped around a natural rubber — free from plastics and micro-plastics."

Stella is committed to working with Candiani Denim and to build a long-standing relationship with them. The designer wants to lower the carbon footprint of the current denim line. Candiani Denim is a sustainable company – denim is dyed using Indigo Juice and Kitotex Vigital, a mushroom and seawood-derived ingredient that's biodegradable.

Alberto Candiani, the owner of the brand explained: "Denim has to take the lead as the indigo flag of this revolution and we are thrilled to be working alongside Stella McCartney to share our innovation and beliefs with the wider fashion industry."

For more, you can check out our Finder Green hub. It's where you can find all things sustainable, ethical and eco-friendly on Finder.

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