Anne Wolters worked together with Dutch22 to create her new socks collection. What makes her socks unique, is the material it is made from and the thoughts behind it all.

The socks consist out of Lyocel, which is made from the bark of a birch tree. This makes the socks 70% less damaging for the environment than materials like cotton would be. In this collection, Lyocel is combined with nylon by Econyl that is obtained from recycled fishing-nets.

The collection is not only comfy and warm, but also good for the environment. If that combination does not make one happy, what will?

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Sustainable Socks

A sustainable socks collection by Anne Wolters

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Anne Wolters

Anne Wolters, a fashion styliste that started for different leading fashion brands and home designer of some big Dutch retail chains, decided that she wanted to start something for herself.

This resulted in the socks collection she created together with Dutch22. The nylon in these socks, that make her work unique, are made by Econyl, which shows how much she cares for the environment.

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Recycled Nylon by Econyl

Econyl recycles nylon, with te aim to create new products as well as a better environment. The regenerated nylon is exactly the same as brand new nylon and can be recycled, recreated and remoulded over and over again.

The nylon is made from waste and they are infinitely recyclable and can unleash infinite possibilities for makers, creators and consumers. It’s all part of the ECONYL® brand vision to make the world a better place by pioneering closed loop regeneration processes and delivering sustainable products.

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