As the first among BESTSELLER Group’s brand portfolio, menswear brand JACK & JONES has just launched a pair of jeans made from the innovative Infinna™ fibre from Infinited Fiber Company.

Infinited Fiber Company’s technology can turn cotton-rich textile waste into Infinna™ – a premium-quality regenerated textile fibre without any harmful chemicals. It’s soft, versatile, and looks and feels just as cotton. Garments made with Infinna™ can –once worn out – again be recycled in the same process together with other textile waste.

Investor and early fibre adopter

As part of Infinited Fiber Company’s financing round in 2021, BESTSELLER’s investment arm Invest FWD was among the Finnish textile technology group’s new investors.

“Infinited Fiber Company has an opportunity to close the loop in the fashion industry with textile-to-textile recycling, which is a great match for Invest FWD’s aspiration to support the entire fashion ecosystem and BESTSELLER’s sustainability strategy Fashion FWD through strategic investments,” said Lise Kaae, CEO in our parent company HEARTLAND A/S and Invest FWD board member.

Concurrently, BESTSELLER signed a multiyear sales agreement with the innovator to secure access to their pristine fibre.


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