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No-waste policy designer launches 'Pants with Principles'
02
Mar '13
As well as keeping her designs fresh and exciting, it is equally important for Emma Nissim to remain eco-friendly in her approach to fashion, as part of her core business philosophies. The ‘Pants with Principles’ hot pants are made with the off-cuts from Emma Nissim’s signature piece, The Wrap.

After The Wrap went into production, they realised that there was a significant amount of material left over that could potentially go to waste. With a strong no-waste policy, Emma Nissim tried to think of interesting ways they could put these off-cuts to use, so ‘Pants with Principles’ was created.

The Wrap and hot pants combined are a completely eco-friendly collection, from the choice of fabric, 100% Lenzing Tencel, to how they are designed and treated. The versatile fabric, 100% Lenzing Tencel, derives from sustainable eucalyptus. It is known for its silk-like softness, breathability and thermal-regulating properties, making it ideal for sensitive skin.

The hot pants are available in three new colours; pinky-purple, oyster black and teal. Sizes range from XS (size 6) to XL (size 14), and are considerably inexpensive for bespoke manufactured items.

The versatile Wrap is a wardrobe must-have. Working simply as an elegant wrap or scarf, it can then be transformed into endless dress and top styles. Visit the Emma Nissim website for ideas and inspiration. Both The Wrap and hot pants can be worn all year round, and make for perfect holiday wear.

"Get yours today in store or online and support Emma Nissim’s vision for high quality, stylish garments made from sustainable production, helping us create socially positive action."

Emma Nissim

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