Roland Mouret says vinyl figurines would be the'plastic sheeting' of the fashion industry, and it has developed what he states is the world's sole sustainable manufacturer.
Hangers are 'fashion industry's plastic straw
Present plastic hangers are tough to recycle due to how they're made.
They could incorporate a mixture of up to seven unique plastics in addition to metal, and several hangers wind up in landfill where they may take around 1,000 years to break down, based on hanger recycling firm First Mile.
Mr Mouret provided 300 of the newest hangers for free to the majority of designers in a month's London Fashion Week.
Mr Mouret, who made the hangers in cooperation with the company Arch and Hook, told BBC Breakfast: 'A gorgeous garment needs to be hanged on a hanger and must be transported by van into the shop.
'In that journey we utilize single use plastic figurines we throw off straight away afterwards, and they are all polystyrene and polystyrene isn't recyclable.'
'I think that it's more powerful than a standard hanger, but in the present time, if you split it, then it is entirely recyclable.
'You'll have something which becomes so curved nothing goes back into the sea'
There was growing concern regarding the ecological cost of continuing to utilize plastic hangers.
On the summer, Labour MP Angela Smith said stores ought to be prohibited from giving them while John Lewis is encouraging its customers to make older hangers for reuse or to get in-store recycling in its shop in Oxford.
And an Aberdeen shopping center has made a strategy where clients can render plastic hangers at a specified place in its own car park entry to others to reuse.
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Mr Mouret also blamed the appetite for rapid fashion for ecological issues.
'Among the tendencies of the 90s was that the must-have [thing of clothes ], and also the must-have has been treated as an addiction,' he explained.
'Every single time in case you don't purchase it, you are likely to be miserable and if you purchase it, you'll throw it off.
'We believed it'd continue, it fell apart. It is falling apart today and that is the reason why we need to make a shift.'