Oliver Bonas, a British fashion and lifestyle retailer, has teamed up with Re-Fashion, a secondhand clothing specialist, to help curb clothing waste.
By attaching a free Re-Fashion bag to their online order, Oliver Bonas buyers will be able to recycle their unwanted clothing while still raising funds for charity. They simplyhave to fill the bag with "good quality, pre-loved high street fashion" and return it to Re-Fashion through Collect+ for free.
The company said in a statement that everything they do at Oliver Bonas is dedicated to being kind. From how they treat one another and how they care for the environment. With Re-Fashion, their clients will both collect funds for charitable causes and recycle their clothing, which is a win-win situation.
The aim of Re-Fashion is to make fashion more sustainable for good, reducing fashion’s impact on the environment by reselling and repurposing unwanted clothing to raise funds for sustainable and social causes.
Re-Fashion has raised more than 30,000 pounds for its charity partners to date. At the moment, all Re-Fashion donations go to The Rieves Foundation, which supports sustainable initiatives, volunteering, and educational programmes.
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