White Party Beanie
White Party Beanie
Pre-Orders begin November 5th
Made in the US | 3D Knit | Made from recycled materials | Zero water used in our entire process | Made with filament yarns to prevent fiber shedding | Party Proof
Midweight Beanie - One Size
- Machine Wash Cold
- Line Dry or Tumble Dry Delicate
- Do Not Iron
Limited Product Drop: Final Sale
3D Knitting 6-business days + Shipping 2-5 Days
Holiday Gifts: Orders placed December 2nd will arrive by December 22nd
We have partnered with Tailored Industry to 3D knit our garments. 3D knitting is similar to 3D printing but for apparel. The Party Sweater & Party Beanie are knit straight out of the machine without any sewing. Traditional industrial cut-and-sew can waste over 35% of the fabric used. Additionally, our garments are made on-demand. When you click purchase, your garment starts knitting. This means no wasted inventory.
Made in the US
We are fully Made in the US. We recycle plastics, extrude yarn, and knit fabrics in North Carolina and Virginia. Our partners are located in a 50 mile radius. In comparison, the fast fashion supply chain can be over 10,000 miles long for a single garment. We are proud to be supporting local industries and minimizing our carbon footprint. Our garments are knit in Brooklyn, NY.
Using our proprietary recycling technology, we transform plastics into yarns and fabrics. We specifically target plastics that are not commonly recycled. In the US, over 70% of plastics are not actually recycled. To date, we have applied our technology to party cups and ocean plastics.
We use ZERO water in our entire process from plastic to yarn to fabric to garment. Our materials are “dyed” at the yarn stage by the recycled plastics we use to create them. For example, the red party cups dye our yarns a beautiful pink color.
To combat fiber shedding and microplastic pollution, we are only producing filament yarns. Filament yarns are made from continuous filaments, not individual fibers. The majority of apparel is made from staple (spun) yarns, which are created by spinning staple fibers together into a yarn. When a garment is put into the laundry machine, these staple fibers shed easily and enter the water stream.