remove the colors
we keep it raw
Dyeing is the application of dyes or pigments on
textile materials such as fibers, yarns and fabrics
with the goal of achieving color with desired color fastness.
the textile industry produces about 80 billion garments,
leaving a rather large water footprint behind.
Mills can use up to 200 tons of water per ton of dyed fabric,
which in turn only produces about 1400 pieces of clothing.
Add everything together and roughly 17 to 20% of
industrial water pollution is caused by fabric dyes and treatments.
To avoid that,
G Mega tries to find a way to reduce this waste.
That’s why we would like to introduce our new collection
– Undyed Greige Fabric Collection.
These fabrics have not been through any dyeing processes but
have only been finished in normal water.
This method needs only 8 liters of water and
you can get a natural look for each fabric.
Most important – we can save water for this planet.
Stripe-like textured top with linen shoulder tape
Crinkle textured jacquard crop knit top
varigated rib jumpsuit
vintage pattern top and wide pant set