GANNI Launches Low-Impact Line of Cozy Loungewear Dubbed "Software"
Made using recycled polyester and cotton.
As the Scandinavian label readies fall with a series of statement boots, GANNI has now announced a line of low-impact pieces, dubbed “Software.” From hoodies to sweatpants, the loungewear collection is made with repurposed materials to continue the brand’s sustainability initiative.
Crafted with responsibly-sourced yarn, the lineup uses 50 percent post-consumer recycled polyester and 50 percent recycled cotton from used plastic bottles and leftover scraps from manufacturing. The inaugural season is set to drop in two installments, featuring a total of 11 essential styles like tees and sweatshirts. Each garment arrives in black, gray and white options, with GANNI’s logo embroidered on the chest or back to complete a simple look. You can add these pieces to your wardrobe for the ultimate cozy WFH look during the fall and winter seasons.
Take a full look at GANNI’s first-ever “Software” drop, which is available via the brand’s web store. The U.S. will be receiving a later release on October 14.
For more on the label, read our recent interview with Ditte Reffstrup.