GREEN NETTLE TEXTILE
Using resilient stinging nettles to produce a linen-like fabric, Green Nettle Textile offers an environmentally friendly alternative to conventional linen.
Through a powerful jet engine that plugs directly into existing production systems, SeaChange wants to eliminate wastewater at its source.
Offering a biodegradable and mineral-based membrane for outdoor wear, dimpora enables outdoor enthusiasts to enjoy nature without harming it.
Unspun creates bespoke jeans with a perfect fit using algorithms from a body scan, eliminating the need for inventory and reducing waste.
This is what the
future looks like
The Billion Dollar Collection is a virtual fashion collection by H&M Foundation, showcasing ten groundbreaking innovations that could disrupt the fashion industry. Now is the time to reinvent the fashion industry.
By capturing carbon dioxide emissions and turning them into sustainable polyester pellets, Fairbrics has invented the first synthetic fibre with a net positive climate impact.
Challenging the toxic synthetic leather industry, Vegea has found a way to create vegan leather out of leftovers from winemaking.
Reverse Resources connects supply with demand by tracing, mapping and trading textile leftovers to reduce the need for virgin materials.
Through a thin RFID thread, Adetex.ID opens up for new possibilities within for example textile recycling, stock management and second-hand solutions.
Using a manufacturing method based on biomaterials, MycoTEX creates products that requires less water than natural fibers do, and no farmland or chemicals.
Using the game-changing microorganism algae, Algaeing creates biodegradable and renewable thread and dye with a small footprint.
Looking to scale
The fashion industry needs radical change. Innovative solutions are abundant but often lack the support to scale. The ten garments, combined in five looks, represent ten groundbreaking innovations all in need of support. Each innovation has the potential to create real sustainable impact by 2030 if allowed to scale.