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Revio™ regenerated polyester

Advanced textile-to-textile technology 
Kingwhale proactively seeks to offset the various aspects of textile manufacturing in terms of environmental stewardship and sustainability.

One particularly troubling element of the apparel supply chain is known as “fast fashion”. The fast fashion model is so-called because it involves the rapid design, production, distribution, and marketing of clothing. While fast fashion clothing is mostly inexpensive, the clothing is underutilized and discarded - usually ending up in landfills. It’s not surprising that the fast fashion model accelerates the environmental impact of the textile and clothing manufacturing sectors.

Kingwhale examined the situation seeking an alternative to the ways clothes are designed, sold and used. Kingwhale quickly discovered there was no easy solution. A real solution would require new business models in order to turn used clothing into new.

Focusing on a circular economy in textiles, Kingwhale set out to innovate the future of recyclable fibers. Kingwhale developed technologies to regenerate discarded garments and plastic bottles into new eco-friendly materials. And so, Revio™ was born.

Revio™ allows Kingwhale to consider every possibility to reduce and reuse through practices in recycling and regeneration.

Accordingly Revio™ is not simply about recycling, but rather going on to depolymerising waste-polyester. Working with post-consumer and post-industrial Kingwhale regenerates the recycled polyester chips into new garments. Kingwhale’s Revio™ brings the concept of Garment to Garments to reality.

Kingwhale believes that RevioTM is on the forefront of reviving the beauty of waste while redefining the global value of the textile industry.
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