The result is a fully biodegradable material that can be used in coats, comforters and other products.
The dried wildflowers — mixed with a biopolymer and infused with Aerogel for performance and durability — create a blend that is super-warm, certified hypoallergenic and breathable.
Because it is made from natural materials, it is also biodegradable.
PANGAIA uses flowers sourced from areas focused on habitat restoration and the conservation of butterfly species. The plants for FLWRDWN require no irrigation, so they preserve groundwater.
The flowers are harvested with no damage to the ecosystem through the process of regenerative agriculture.
For its initial release, PANGAIA used FLWRDWN in oversized puffer jackets made in Italy.
Both the short and long versions of the coat feature exterior shells made from 100 percent quilted recycled polyester.
The products have obviously resonated with consumers looking for a natural down alternative, as both styles of coats are currently sold out.
PANGAIA is a development company with a mission to create safer and more earth-friendly materials.
In its own words, “PANGAIA is a direct-to-consumer materials science company on a mission to save the environment.
We are a global collective of one heart and many hands — scientists, technologists, designers — creating essential products from innovative tech and bio-engineered materials.”
FLWRDWN is just one product in an exciting lineup made of eco-textiles, such as recycled cotton tracksuits, a shirt infused with seaweed and botanical T-shirts dyed with natural and non-toxic plant products.
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PANGAIA presents FLWRDWN, a down alternative made from biodegradable wildflowers
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