When Wolford first introduced the biodegradable Aurora Collection, there was only leggings available. They later expanded the collection with 70 denier knee-highs and socks. Now, Wolford releases the first pair of biodegradable tights – the Aurora 70 Tights.
The Brand will be holding talks from time to time, and their first instalment of #swedishstockingstalks will be a conversation on cross-industry collaboration!
In my sustainable hosiery review mini series, we looked at tights made from recycled materials, of various brands. I would like to conclude the series with a pair of tights from Charnos.
ilovehosiery has always been keen on sustainable hosiery. Last month, we looked at Gipsy’s Eco Recycled Yarn tights. In this article, we will look into another pair of tights made from recycled yarn – 50 Denier Recycled Yarn Tights from Pamela Mann.
The Cradle to Cradle Certified™ Collection has a few new members, and two of which, are hosiery.
Do you know that biodegradable tights is already available on the shelves? Well, I didn’t know either, and it was pure coincidence that I picked up this one at the sales section, but I am glad that I did. Without further ado, let’s look into the Blue 90 biodegradable tights from KUNERT.
How are you all? I just got back from the trip to the Baltic Sea and Germany with my partner and my mum. We haven’t had a family trip for more than a decade, so it was a bit unfamiliar for all of us. Yet, my mum loved it, and the journey was fruitful.
Being an advocate for sustainable hosiery, I constantly look for these products for review. Hence it is no coincidence that you find the Maria Innovation tights review here, so soon.
May is usually one of the quietest months of the year. There is less news, and the only major celebration/promotion is Mother’s day in some countries. I would say it is the less busy moment for retailers before the end-of-season sale kicks off in June, like the quietness before thunderstorm. For me, it is an intensive month of testing and reviewing, before I take my mum on a cruise on the other side of the globe.
Separating elastane from blends of yarn has not been possible, so Swedish Stockings shifted their attention to waste generated from virgin elastane production. The result – tights made from 100% recycled nylon and elastane.