A new recycling method by EU funded Wearable technologists Engage with Artists for Responsible innovation (WEAR) project and fashion label Sabinna turns garments into biodegradable materials, paving the way for a more eco-friendly fashion industry. This innovative process has the potential to significantly reduce fashion’s environmental footprint. The novel process centres on the concept of circularity. The materials used in the collection – in this case cotton and viscose – take full advantage of circular production and recycling processes. This means that the clothing created will not be worn and then at some point thrown away. Instead, at the end of the garment’s life, the materials used to make it can be dissolved and turned into new materials. These materials are then transformed into garment packaging, tags, shop interiors and a range of other applications.