The EDIT line is made with Repetable® yarn produced by the Radici Group, an innovation that makes it possible to reduce CO2 emissions and water and energy consumption, ensuring a high level of technical performance, also very suitable for creating technical garments for sports, such as sailing t-shirts.
- - 45% emissions
- - 90% water used
- - 60% energy consumed
The Repetable® yarn is 100% composed of a mono-polymer (polyester) fabric, characterised by high mechanical deformation properties to avoid the use of elastomers, of which 51% comes from certified GRS (Global Recycled Standard) recycled sources.
With a view to eco-design, we have reduced the number of components for the creation of the EDIT line swimwear and we have also eliminated any type of accessory. For the fashion sector, the second most polluting industry in the world, this is a great innovation in terms of sustainability: reducing the use of virgin raw material in favour of recycled material and facilitating the recycling of the swimwear, once it has reached the end of its useful life, thanks to the use of a single material, thus ensuring the circularity of the product.
We have committed ourselves responsibly, taking into account the entire supply chain: from design to production, up to the distribution of the products, laying the foundations to also provide for the end of life of the products sold, facilitating their recycling. The innovation of the EDIT line lies not only in the choice of mono-polymer and the absence of accessories, but also in the use of an innovative Windye® technique for the application of the double print. The swimwear, in fact, can be worn on both sides, in two different patterns which, however, were printed simultaneously using a sublimation technique and without the use of water.