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If we could find a way of making new clothes from end of use clothing, rather than from virgin resources, why wouldn’t we?

Product becomes system.

Worn Again is developing a chemical textile to textile recycling technology that will enable end of use clothes and textiles to be collected, processed and made back into new yarn, textiles and clothes again and again.

Collaborative. Systematic. Fair.

Business as usual is not an option. Transformative business models and attitudes are required to turn the problem of textile waste into an opportunity and solution.

Worn Again is working collaboratively with pioneering partners across the global textile industry to achieve the shared goal of creating circular supply chains for textiles through collaboration and new technologies. In March 2015, we announced our partnerships with H&M and Kering, via its brand Puma. Read all about it here.

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History. People. Partners.

Worn Again has a unique trail-blazing heritage. Starting with footwear made from recycled materials in 2005, we have continuously sought out bigger, better solutions to the challenges of textile waste.

This led us from footwear into the ‘upcycling’ of corporate textiles, turning waste materials like end of use uniforms into desirable products such as hand bags from Virgin Atlantic airline seat covers and Train Manager’s bags for Eurostar’s staff. But this still wasn’t enough by itself.

Meet the Worn Again team.
See our product history.

Take a look at our press coverage.

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