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5 takeaways from the new EU textile Strategy

By |aprilie 28th, 2022|

In march 2022 the European Commission set out plans to bring more sustainability to the textile industry announcing the EU Strategy for Sustainable and Circular Textiles. According to the European Green Deal and the Circular Economy Action Plan (who’s commitments are [...]

The Metaverse: is this mysterious reality the new frontier of fashion?

By |aprilie 13th, 2022|

The Metaverse. You probably have heard about it over the past year. This nebulous notion that inspired Facebook’s new name, Meta, has been a popular topic of discussion since its rebranding in October  2021. “Metaverse” is currently a buzzword [...]

5 must know Women-led sustainable brands

By |martie 18th, 2022|

Let’s talk about the role women play in the fashion industry. Usually when we read articles about this topic they’re not exactly spreading good news. This is because women form an overwhelming majority - approximately 80% - in the [...]

5 goals for the Fashion Industry

By |ianuarie 7th, 2022|

New year, new energy, new projects and new goals. We know that when the clock hits 12 o’clock we aim to be a better version of ourselves as we were the year before. Here at Manufy we feel there [...]

Welcome to Manufy, a platform for honest communication.

By |decembrie 15th, 2021|

We are excited to introduce you to a new way of connection within Manufy. We are always striving to improve, and the past has shown us that in order to have a great platform we need to be great [...]

More than textiles; a system.

By |noiembrie 19th, 2021|

In our second episode of our online webinar serie, Fashion Talks, we invited Niccy Kol, from Raddis Cotton to dive deep into the world of sustainable material sourcing. As a textile expert she has worked with Escada, Gerry Weber, [...]

Designing the future of the Fashion Industry

By |octombrie 5th, 2021|

From the ground to your closet, but what happens after we don’t want a garment anymore? They say that 80% of a product’s environmental impact is determined at the design stage, so how can we make design a [...]

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