Portuguese sustainable fashion brand, A-line, is reiterating its commitment to sustainability with the launch of an upcycled limited collection. The Upcycling Edit includes three different Pyjama sets, exclusively, created by upcycling fabrics from past seasons straight from the A-line archive. Each piece is cut from striped cotton rolls, which we can easily recognize from shirts and dresses from previous collections.
This limited collection showcases the label's elicit for clean lines and comfortable fabrics. Having a relaxed shirt and matching shorts and an eye mask included, all the pieces are characterized by special details such as matching piping and monogramming embroidery, making both pieces perfect for lounging, sleeping, or even wearing out.
Reputed as a sustainable brand, this isn’t the first time that A-line has given a second chance to materials that were already in-house. The timeless and soft palette that A-line is known for, allowed the brand to include the same fabrics in different collections or give them a new and sustainable twist through processes such as garment dye, rather than waste it.
Breathing a new life to textiles, that may otherwise end up in landfills, the Upcycling Edit promotes a more circular society or, as the brand mentions, - “A celebration of new purposes, meaningful designs and conscious manufacturing.”