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Stila’s Refashion Collection
Stila has launched a brand new roller blind collection, Refashion™, which is the brand’s greenest collection to date. The Refashion™ collection consists of surplus textile leftovers from the fashion industry, which instead of ending up as waste, are woven into structured roller blinds.
These roller blinds are composed of different materials such as cotton, polyester, wool and acrylic, which makes the look very unique. The quality of the roller blinds is corresponding to the same level as regular roller blinds, and the Refashion™ collection offers 9 different colors.
The Refashion™ collection is upcycled roller blinds from the fashion industry. Upcycling refers to the fact that you break down a material or several materials and extract a new product from it, where recycling means that you recycle a material in its original form, for example remelting aluminum from a bicycle to a curtain rod. Upcycling is therefore characterized by adding more value and creativity to the product.
Least possible impacts on the environment
It is Stila’s partner Lampe Textiles who has produced the roller blinds from the Refashion™ collection. Lampe Textiles has special production facilities that positively reduce the climate footprint, for example, all the electricity used in connection with production comes exclusively from renewable energy sources. Then all the main suppliers of Refashion™ are located within a radius of 30 km from Lampe Textiles, which minimizes transport routes and thus CO2 emissions enormously.
Stila’s Refashion™ collection has already made a name for itself internationally – it has been rewarded as one of the winners of the Red Dot Design Award 2021. The Red Dot Design Award is recognized as an international seal of quality for innovative design, and it is one of the most prestigious design awards a company can achieve.