Zero-waste fashion is set to get another, greener shade with the arrival of Wholegarment that further seeks to ensure no pre-consumer textile waste. The brainchild of Shima Seiki, Wholegarment knitting is a state-of-the-art knitwear system that aims to achieve minimal yarn consumption, while producing soft, lightweight apparels for fashion-conscious folks.
The NYC, US based company Kotoba produces perfectly stretchable and itinerant garments using their fresh knitting technology. Just recently, they came up with their spring collection to woo eco-minded fashionistas who consider sustainability and environmental responsibility above everything else. Aside from ensuring near zero-waste manufacturing, the collection offers incredibly fashionable and colorful apparels for modern women.
Check out the gallery below to see Wholegarment tech in action: