Amsterdam-based Arch & Hook first burst on the fashion scene in 2019 with a sustainable clothes hanger produced from sustainably-sourced thermoplastic material derived from ocean-bound post-consumer waste plastic collected for the most part from four of the most polluting rivers on earth
The success of the sustainable hanger led to further efforts to reduce or even eliminate the use of non-sustainable materials in retail altogether. Arch & Hook has now developed a range of design and product solutions for “behind-the-scene” goods that are commonly made from single-use plastics. These include sustainable options for products such as packaging and store furnishings — in the industry known as GNFR, or Goods Not For Resale. Read more at Plastics News.