In response to the on-the-rise demand for organic fashion, clothing and apparel items, Topshop and Reclaim To Wear have joined forces in offering a collection that is worthy of praise, given that the individual collection features are made from discarded materials.
Topshop, a high-street retailer, and Reclaim To Wear, an eco fashion brand, have taken the initiative of utilizing production cut-offs and re-utilizing stock surpluses in the creation of unique dresses, bleached denim shorts and more.
Given the eco-friendly standards and norms focused towards the fashion and apparel industry as a whole, the collaboration is one which comes as no surprise, considering the respective statuses of Topshop and Reclaim To Wear.
“This is the first step towards the creation of zero waste design collections. I trust that the Topshop team’s commitment to new sustainable solutions will lead to the reconsidering of consumption versus disposal throughout the whole fashion industry supply chain,” shared Orsola de Castro, Creative Director, Reclaim To Wear.
The recent endeavors of Topshop and Reclaim To Wear follows after the launch of the Glamour Conscious Collection by H&M, the brand’s response in offering sustainable eco-friendly fashion and apparel products.
As a brand, Reclaim To Wear was established in 1997, standing up as one of the 90’s generation pioneers in the production of eco-friendly clothing and apparel alternatives an solutions.
Sharing their increased knowledge in the making of sustainable eco-friendly products with Topshop, the Reclaim To Wear and Topshop union proves to be a healthy collaboration, one which benefits both entities, customers and Mother Earth.
So if high fashion made with organic sensibilities is what you’re after, look no further than over what Topshop and Reclaim To Wear has to offer for you.