In collaboration with Marist College's chemistry department, fashion designer Isabel Holden was able to develop a system that offered a more sustainable design technique for the dying process of blue jeans. Read more by clicking the link below.
A new dyeing technique may offer a solution to more sustainable blue jeans. By Genevieve Kyle. As a global market, denim is expected to be worth $102.45 billion by 2025. However, between toxic dyeing techniques and the heavy use of conventional cotton, that can take upwards of 20,000 liters of water