SINGAPORE — There is more to the world of fashion than just looking good in some of the season’s hottest — or coolest — offerings. Two labels have come up with initiatives to help with environmental and societal concerns.
H&M, for example, has launched its very first denim offering crafted out of recycled textile fibres. The Swedish fashion house’s aim is to incorporate more materials from recycled materials in the future, with this debut collection containing 20 per cent recycled cotton, the maximum amount that can be used without compromising the quality. The five classic pieces, which include jeans and jackets, are available at all H&M stores, with a price range from S$59.90 to S$79.90.
H&M has launched its very first denim offerings made from recycled textile fibres.