Many industries are finding ways to save money by turning to recyclable and renewable resources. Surprisingly, the fashion industry is also making that leap. Puma has created a full line of “biodegradable clothing”.

The collection, which includes shoes, clothing and accessories, only contains items able to be broken down in one of two processes. Materials in the “Biological Cycle” are organic, non-toxic fibers able to be broken down by microorganisms into biological nutrients that can go back into the Earth. Then there are items in the “Technical Cycle” – things like metal or plastic fastenings or special textiles would be harvested by the Bring Me Back program and then sent back to factories to be used in new items.

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