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Denim Patch It Up Jacket

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The denim patch sustainable oversized boxy jacket is customised from post production pieces.. The denim fabric buttons made from denim scrap. Length an size of the product can be customized. This is a made to order jacket which follows a zero-waste principle and hence you might find slight changes in your product. Time taken to complete an outfit – 52 hours

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Punah being a sustainable venture, is trying to cover the whole spectrum of textile waste and upcycle it. We upcycle pre-production, post-production and post-consumer waste.

We use several textile handicraft techniques to restore and revamp textile waste. We believe in zero waste production, which means all our waste is used to create trims, accessories and other products. We promise that all our outfits are one-of-a-kind, sustainable and ethically upcycled creations.

SDG 6 – Clean water and sanitation; SDG 11- Sustainable cities and communities; SDG 12- Responsible consumption and production

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Punah: or “पुनः” translates to ‘afresh’ which means - in a new or different way. Punah aims to provide a second life to fabrics by adding a personal touch of modifying them using handicraft techniques. At Punah, every piece is restored, repaired and upcycled with the help of artisans. They wish to save as many clothes from the landfill as possible by reducing the usage of raw material and increasing the life cycle of an outfit.

Impact Index

10.39 K. Grams

CO2 Prevented

26.05 Litres

Water Conserved

86 Grams

Chemicals Prevented

85.33 Hours

Energy Saved

*Compared to conventional cotton and traditional practices. Learn more

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