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Topshop launch Reclaim To Wear collection

Lareese Craig
by Lareese Craig Published on 20 June 2013
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The high street just got a whole lot hotter since Topshop has just launched their second Reclaim To Wear collection. The fashion giant is collaborating with Reclaim To Wear to create an upcycled capsule collection made entirely from discarded material. Welcome to the world of planet-friendly peplum skirts and go-green garments.

Following the success of its first ever zero waste design collection in 2012 Topshop has launched its second Reclaim To Wear line.

Topshop has teamed up with the eco-friendly label From Somewhere by Orsola de Castro and Filippo Ricci to tackle the issue of textile waste.

De Castro and Ricci have shared their knowledge with Topshop to help encourage sustainability within the fashion industry.

The capsule collection, entirely produced in Britian, is Topshop at its best just with an added ethical twist and we’ve already got our eye on a few summer hand-me-downs.

Featuring ditsy florals camis and minimal effort culottes the new collection is environmentally-friendly but not at the cost of Topshop’s striking design element.

The eagerly-awaited Reclaim To Wear range launches today at London’s Oxford Circus store and in select stores across the globe.

Prices range from an affordable £34-70 so there’s no hefty price tag to go with that guilt-free fashion conscious.

Check out our floral faves in the collection below. Here’s to a planet-friendly fashion footprint.

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by Lareese Craig