PILLOW CASE NICKI BRICK
PILLOW CASE NICKI BRICK

PILLOW CASE NICKI BRICK

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THE OFFCUT PROJECT

We gave new life to our offcuts and this is what happened! This is #byebyewaste at it’s best! This pillowcase is made out of deadstock, made out of 100% organic cotton. 

Measurements: 40 cm x 40 cm

100% organic cotton/ Bio-Baumwolle

Compared to conventional cotton, the cultivation of organic cotton needs 23% less water and produces only 1.2 kg instead of 3.7 kg greenhouse gas emissions. By using only natural pesticides, fertilizers and defoliants, the health of the soil is contained and the people who work in the fields are not exposed to these chemicals.   

Want to learn more about the materials we use? Head over to our materials site!

The PILLOW CASE made of organic cotton, which is sustainable and easy to take care of:

  • gentle wash up to 30°C
  • use mild or color detergent
  • use a washing bag to protect the garment from zippers (and other mean things) being in the same washing machine
  • no softener
  • iron on low to medium temperature
  • dry and store lying

ECO ID

PILLOW CASE

1. design

Our founders Anna and Jula still do all of the design work themselves. They are mastering that challenge, despite living in two different countries. Luckily they're pros at long-distance teamwork.

So the design process is split between Hamburg and Dubai.

2. raw material

Since the average cotton production is a pretty dirty business, we only use organic and recycled cotton.
If you wanna know more about the ecological benefits, compared to regular cotton. The cotton is grown in Turkey. 

3. yarn production

No matter which fibers we are talking about, they have to be spun into a yarn for further production steps. 

The yarn production takes place in Turkey.

4. fabric production

The next step of our Supply Chain is to knit the yarn into a fabric. 
The fabric production is located in Denizu, Turkey.

5. manufacturing

That's where all the magic happens!
Our manufacturers receive the patterns, fabrics, and other components like buttons or zippers and make them into a garment.

This piece is made in Turkey.

6. distribution 

As some of you may remember, we used to do the shipping and warehouse management in our Headquarter in Hamburg by ourselves - yes, that was a lot of work! 

Since 2020 we are working with our amazing logistics partner Livipur, which is located in Bad Homburg, Germany
 

#byebyefastfashion

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