We at Kinga HQ have questions for Emily Jean. Nobody gets past us with an outward, infectious love of crochet swimsuits and roomy shacka hair styling - well, not without getting a few questions about style, art and leisure. We also heard rumours that Emily has recently started a homestead in the Australian countryside and we want to know all about it, of course.
Supreet, can you tell us how this fabrication is completed?
This process is mostly mechanical. During the recycling process, the cotton waste is processed with stripping machines that break the yarns and fabric into smaller pieces before pulling them apart into fibre. The mix is carded several times in order to clean and mix the fibres before they are spun into new yarns and textiles.