FGL started a project Zero Waste because I aim to create clothing that leave less fabric on the cutting room floor. 

The belief is that as little as possible should be wasted - and when I  have the power to make decisions of the production itselves I want to make a diffrerence.

Given that normally about 15-20 % of the fabric used to produce clothing ends up as waste, this project is no easy task. But with a bit of creativity and innovation I allow our creators to reduce their textile waste when cutting and printing. 

For me, it is only natural that what cannot be prevented from being left over should be recycled into small items - like hairbands and scarves.