New “Candy” Eco-Collection

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A new collection of airy dresses, co-ords, suits & more made of safe eco-certified fabrics.

«Candy Collection» was created in recognition of the wonder of nature and inspired by its natural hues.

Delicate blue, deep green, muted sand: sky, water, grass and sand were the source of our creativity when creating this collection.

Each dress represents oneness with nature. Silky and light, they bring us back to our roots.


An airy dress from Ecoolska «Candy» Collection is made from 100% TENCEL™ lyocell.

Lyocell is highly coveted because it's 100% biodegradable and compostable. The Austrian company Lenzing produces lyocell from eucalyptus without deforestation. Lyocell is worldwide known for being sustainable material because it has roots in natural source (wood cellulose) and it has an eco-friendly production process.

The substances used for production are non-toxic: 99% are recyclable and reused and the residues are disposed of as biological waste. It is completely circular closed loop production system.

The safe, closed-loop production process involves:

  • Recycling of process water
  • Solvent recycling
  • Chemical regeneration

Lyocell requires no additional resources for production and is completely recyclable.

TENCEL™ fibres

are certified with the globally
recognised EU ecolabel
and are BioPreferred®  USDA certified.

Recycled cotton

Fibres produced from waste from the textile industry.

We partner with the Finnish company @purewaste.

The company mechanically processes raw materials. Pieces of fabric are shredded, and strands are produced from which new fabric is woven. 60% of this fabric is recycled cotton, 40% is recycled polyester..

Pure Waste does not use dyes or chemicals on its fabrics, which acquire the colour of the recycled waste.

Recycled polyester

It is made of the same polymer that is used in the production of plastic bottles, meaning that used containers can be recycled into fibre. To do this, the recycled plastic is washed, shredded, melted down and then shaped into fibres.

Polyester can be recycled several times rather than being sent to a landfill. 
Over 30% less energy is used to recycle than produce new fibres. It is a safe way to use polyester to make clothing.