They Look Just Like New, But Levi’s 501s Are Now Made From Liquified Fibers Of Old Jeans

For years, the fashion industry has been trying to recycle fabrics similar to the way we currently recycle aluminum cans or paper. Levi’s has solved a small piece of that puzzle.

When you buy a pair of Levi’s iconic 501 jeans starting this year, there’s a good chance they’ll be made from discarded jeans that have been dissolved with chemicals and then transformed into a new fabric by a Swedish company called Renewcell. Read more at Fast Company.

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