As part of the planned project, we as a fashion company provide fabric overhangs in characteristic colors and prints. From the fabrics, "Wiederbelebt" creates new premium styles in its own sewing shop. So far, leftover fabrics have been used internally for apprentice projects, for example, or donated to support design colleges. The cooperation with Wiederbelebt is a further, new alternative for the recycling of residual materials, the quantity of which for each individual item is too small for industrial recycling.
"The innovative cooperation enables us to have our own residual materials processed into high-quality products and at the same time support a local company. In the process, it was very exciting to exchange views on common challenges in the field of sustainability and to see how much passion Wiederbelebt brings to its work."
Lena Solbach, Marc Cain Corporate Responsibility Specialist
"We are very excited about the cooperation with the premium label Marc Cain. Not only do we share the same region, but most importantly we share the same values of craftsmanship and long-lasting quality."
Sarah Kürten, Managing Director of Revived

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The young fashion label "Wiederbelebt" has been successfully reviving leftover fabrics since 2015. The focus is on regional and responsible production as well as high-quality processing.

The capsule collection will be available in the online store of "Wiederbelebt" from spring 2023. The quantities of the individual pieces are limited to 99 copies per item.