The Earth Tee is the latest initiatives from this program to celebrate the â€˜World Environment Dayâ€™. Reliance Industries, the owner of brand R|Elan, is one of the largest recycler of PET bottles in India, recycling 2.2 billion PET bottles a year.
This limited edition â€˜The Earth Teeâ€™ selected by IMG Reliance & Anita Dongre has been presented to celebrities, to join the â€˜Fashion for Earthâ€™ movement.
Made from recycled PET, R|Elan GreenGold, substantially reduces the emission of greenhouse gases, and cuts down on water usage as well. The fabric is made from pre-dyed fibres that doesnâ€™t require much water. Whatever little water is required, 90% of it is recycled.
Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL) has launched a special T-shirt, brand â€˜The Earth Teeâ€™ designed by renowned fashion designer Anita Dongre, under its unique programme â€“ â€˜Fashion for Earthâ€™. The idea is to nudge people to switch to fashion that not only enhances aesthetics but also help conserve the environment and our planet.
At the IMG Relianceâ€™s Lakme Fashion Week in January 2018, RIL collected post-consumer (used) PET bottles from the venue â€“ Jio Garden at the BKC. Those have since been processed, recycled and converted into R|Elanâ„¢ GreenGold fabrics â€“ one of the greenest fabrics using which Anita Dongre has designed and created the elegant â€˜The Earth Teeâ€™.
RIL a leader in sustainable business development is focusing on promoting the concept of Circular Economy.
At the LakmÃ© Fashion Week, incidentally earlier this year - at the same time that R|Elanâ„¢ fabrics was launched with Anita Dongre as a design partner - RILâ€™s R|Elan has launched â€˜Fashion for Earthâ€™ an ongoing program to drive awareness pertaining to sustainable fabrics, fashion & living.
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