WHAT WE SAY:
Female-founded Hanky Panky built its brand around making thongs comfortable (i.e. invisible) to the wearer. Now it is trying to reduce the environmental impact of its intimates, by producing a range made from Tencel Refibra – a lyocell fabric made from a mix of wood pulp and upcycled cotton waste.
And while we would prefer it if the brand could eliminate spandex from the range, its Lingeriecycle mail-in programme is a great way to help reduce the volume of textile waste destined for landfill.