Cabi is a brand of sustainable clothing that was founded by British designer Richard Cargill in 2005.
It has since been sold by a number of global brands, including Tommy Hilfiger, H&M, and Levi Strauss & Tates.
Now, Cabi has launched a new line of clothes called Eco-Totes, which are made entirely from recycled fabric.
According to Cargil, the line is a way to reclaim our clothing by reclaiming our planet.
“We are not trying to take a giant step backwards by doing this, but rather a step forward,” he said.
“It’s about a way of looking at ourselves and how we are shaping our clothing in a way that is sustainable, so that it can be a part of the future.”
Cargili told the BBC’s The World Tonight that the brand is taking a “soft, organic approach to making its clothes” which is “much more eco-conscious than the way it is made.”
“We don’t use a lot of synthetic materials,” he added.
“We make the clothes ourselves, and we have a little bit of a hand in the making the fabric.”
Cabi said the company is also using recycled materials in its materials department, which means that they use recycled cardboard and recycled polyester.
“That means we can’t use those in the final product because it’s not going to last, and it will go bad,” Cargild said.
Cargillian said he hopes the line will help to create a more eco conscious clothing industry.
“This is a chance to do a bit of good,” he told the programme.
“The world is being polluted, but we have to make sure that it is being recycled, that it’s made of sustainable materials, that its not going on to landfill.”
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