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Published on Tuesday, 04 February 2014

Adidas designs out waste in new range

Written by John Mowbray

adidas_mccartneyHERZOGENAURACH – Sports performance brand adidas says it has incorporated advanced textile cutting techniques into the design of the latest adidas by Stella McCartney range to ensure that 95 per cent of the fabric roll is used to create the final product. The remaining 5 per cent is either recycled or repurposed, so that no surplus material goes to waste.


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