WHY JANHE TRY TO BE SUSTAINABLE?
Because sustainable solutions exist, and consumers are ready for them.
HOW JANHE TRY TO BE SUSTAINABLE?
1.USING DEADSTOCK FABRICS
Fabric waste is a massive problem in the fashion industry, with mountains of clothes being sent to landfills or burned every year.
Leftover fabric or “deadstock” is a sustainable alternative to virgin materials in the fashion industry and beyond.
Through textile recovery, leftover fabrics sitting around in warehouses, small realities, and emerging brands like Janhe can monetize by minimizing their environmental impact, for a more circular lifestyle.
We believe in the circular economy as the future of fashion in order to reduce the problem of textile waste through the reuse of leftover fabrics from remnants to drive change and make a positive impact on the planet: using what already exists and leaving a positive impact. Through textile recovery, we give unused fabrics a second chance and minimize their environmental impact: the purpose is to create new pieces from zero waste.
Our aim is to rethink the process by our work with responsibility: a reworking of surplus fabrics and their functionality above anything. We start with what we have to work with and get creative with the fabric options to create a replicable product. Working with surplus fabrics allows us to combine interesting and unique patterns and textures: this way we are able to work creatively and designs are made to express a higher level of ingenuity.
We reject the seasonal model of dressing, relying our approach on another way to intent the business, inspiring people to take care of things so they have a longer life-span, and produce fewer clothes. The first thing that we consider is to produce less and value quality garments so our consumers don’t feel the urge to always replace what they’ve already bought.
3.REDUCING OUR OWN WASTE
We try to reduce textile waste from our production as much as possible by reusing even the tiniest pieces left thanks to the placement of small pattern makers as bikinis and micro tops.
WHERE DOES JANHE TAKE INSPIRATION FROM?
Janhe gets inspired by natural phenomenons.
The brand has captured the vibrant energy coming from nature through tactile fabrics and the use of color in bold shades that come together to create a free-flowing dégradé effect.
“Nightfall”, “Glowing Tide”, “Blossom” and “Hidden Dusk” are the four unique colorways chosen for the first capsule. Each one represents a specific moment experienced in nature.
TEX 1. NIGHTFALL
It reminds of the secret color of the deep, a softer side of a hypnotic personality which investigates a profound desire of being, and so does Janhe!
TEX 2. GLOWING TIDE
It represents a tidal wave of shifting lights , the kind that slowly irradiates its surroundings and reverberates in an endless afterglow, and so does Janhe!
TEX 3. BLOSSOM
It represents a lively energy, the kind that expresses itself vibrantly through the earth and stimulates the senses. As nature constantly evolves, colors and lights come to life, and so does Janhe!
TEX 4. HIDDEN DUSK
It transports you to unexpected dimensions where the terrestrial environment merges with a luminescent reality in an interrupted flow, and so does Janhe