Eco-friendly knitwear contains skin-healing properties
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The eco-friendly fashion trend continues to flourish. In the recent months we’ve seen flipflops made from upcycled newspaper and biodegradable shoes. The next ethically-produced idea comes from German label Twosquaremeter, with their knitwear made from milk and seaweed which nourishes the skin as it’s worn. Twosquaremeter is a brand created by Innovation and Clothing Factory, with a range of jerseys and cardigans made from specially developed biological yarns. The yarns contain either seaweed fibers or milk protein fibers, both of which are thought to contain healing and nourishing properties for the skin. To produce the milk-based knitwear, natural milk is…
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