One of T2T Solutions’ objectives is to promote sustainability as one of the values of the fashion industry. That is why the company has launched the Flex Fashion campaign.
But what is the Flex Fashion methodology? Itâ€™s a transformation in T2T’s work processes. Itâ€™s a change that involves all stages of the value chain, from the selection of materials to flexibility in sourcing. Thanks to this, T2T guarantees traceability and transparency of all stages of the process, as well as the support phase, from the origin to the delivery of the product.
Thanks to this methodology, sustainable fashion is democratized and becomes accessible to everyone. We are adapting Fast Fashion, which now is very harmful to the environment, and we go a step further of Slow Fashion.
The Flex Fashion model is based on flexibility of all stages of the value chain:
- Fiberâ€™s selection
Through the Flex Fashion model, T2T initiates a new transversal work process, in which all its collaborators and partners are involved in the different phases of the value chain. This guarantees the traceability, sustainability, safety and excellence of the garment or collection.
This methodology not only gives added value to the customer but also to the end consumer who will find the fashion products in the store.
What product lines are part of Flex Fashion?
Within this methodology, T2T works with four products that have interesting characteristics:
- Tricot: T2T works digitally with this fabric to achieve the best solutions in all types of garments and fashion collections. This process saves energy, materials, time and economic resources thanks to eco-design and co-creation.
- Circular: Circular fabrics have become the trend towards which brands must move in order to achieve sustainability in their garments. Highlights include collections with recycled or organic fibers and new fabrics that come from the use of waste materials.
- Athleisure: Sporty collections produced with technical and sustainable fabrics that create breathable and comfortable garments.
- Woven: This fabric is widely known in the world of retail and offers great possibilities of finishes and specific characteristics that make it possible to achieve a unique and sustainable product.