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For Pangaia, Air Pollution Is (Literally) the New Black

Biodegradability or recycled? Carbon inset or carbon offset? Blockchain or chasers? Get the definitions and relative advantages of each, and learn how to address your company’s specific impacts and goals. Join us July 29 for our Sustainability FAQs Workshop with Gap Inc., SAC, Fashion for Good, Accelerating Circularity, Lectra & Cotton Incorporated.

Pangaia is emblazoning textiles using a water-based dye derived from air pollution—a world’s first—but the London-based startup insists that it’s more than a click-baiting gimmick. Its latest capsule collection, which comprises hoodies, T-shirts, dresses, shorts, track pants, bucket hats, bags and even jersey slippers featuring prints using Air-Ink, is only the beginning, said Amanda Parkes,…

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