RE:YU’s is a platform that oﬀers functional fabrics made of recycled content for socially and environmentally conscious people. We want our textiles to truly becomes yours, so that you are fully aware of its features, quality, story, and traceability.
In recent years, people who saw the damage that was caused by the fashion industry, started to create their own enterprises. They wanted to change the industry norms from selling high-volume, low-quality products to businesses where every stakeholder takes responsibility for their own actions. We, as an experienced and innovative fabric producer, recognised their eﬀorts and believe that a business-as-usual attitude can no longer be accepted if we want a better world. Therefore, RE:YU’S was born. It is a platform that oﬀers functional fabrics made of recycled content for socially and environmentally conscious people.
RE:YU’S transforms post/pre-consumer waste into functional fabric without compromising its quality. That’s why we have been cooperating with reputable outdoor brands for a long time. Quality and long-term relationships are what we care about. We would like to pass on our passion for sustainable fabrics and with that we strongly believe that it is inevitable to start a new era, where everyone has the opportunity to know better and subsequently make better choices for our environment.
Our ultimate goal is that one day, you know just as much about your fabric as we do as the producer - regardless of your order quantity. We want our textiles to truly becomes yours, so that you are fully aware of its features, quality, story, and traceability.
- People -
Everyone has a stake to protect the planet as long as we live on it.
- Planet -
Everyone can choose better materials for the planet.
- Performance -
We transform post/pre-consumer waste into functional fabric without compromising its quality.
We are professional and responsible fabric producer who provide ﬂexible choices to our clients such as customised colours and handfeelings. As already mentioned in our introduction, doing business-as-usual is not our way towards a sustainable production.
We are open to oﬀer diverse and small q’ty fabrics to the best of our abilities. For environmentally conscious designers, RE:YU’s is the most informative, supportive, and friendly fabric supplier platform.
RE:YU’s offers responsible, environmentally-friendly, 100% Taiwan-made fabric for socially and environmentally conscious people. We buy recycled yarn from Aquafil, a leading Regenerated Nylon player, and esteemed Taiwanese yarn suppliers. When we receive the yarn, a series of processes follow, including dyeing, weaving, coating, lamination, and finishing. Although it is more cost intensive to execute all these processes in Taiwan, we have decided to produce locally, as it allows us to have all processes under our own supervision.
Our dyeing, coating, and finishing mills are located next to our head office and the weaving factory is only 800 meters away. We are convinced that working hand in hand with production lines allows us to build up a supply chain that is transparent and traceable.
Our goal is to oﬀset the environmental impact of virgin fabric production by supplying recycled fabric made of PET bottles and post-industrial waste. In Taiwan, 4.5 billion PET bottles are consumed yearly. 90% of them are recycled, washed, sorted, and put into a regenerative process, so they can be used again. Apart from mechanical and chemical recycling, Taiwanese people also ﬁnd many ways to reuse PET bottles directly on a daily basis.
If you happen to have a chance of walking on a ﬁeld in Taiwan, you may see several PET bottles hanging on a string in the air. Just like scarecrows, those bottles are used to discourage birds from feeding on growing crops. When it is windy, the bottles strike each other and make a sound that scares birds. We love the idea that everyone can make some choices to cause less harm for our planet. Using old PET bottles to make scarecrows may seems like a small action, but it is a better choice than throwing them to the landﬁlls.