UK-based fashion brand, Quiz, has debuted its first-ever sustainable collection, demonstrating the brandy's dedication to lowering its environmental impact.
The Quiz Eco collection, which includes dresses and midi skirts, is available online. The new collection is created and manufactured in the United Kingdom using certified Global Recycled Standard methods.
Recycled polyester fibers were used to produce fabric mixes for each design. All of the designs on the recycled textiles in the collection are water-based, which helps to decrease chemical use and waste.
The launch of the collection coincides with the brand's Sustainability Road Map, which aims to reduce the company's carbon impact. Quiz also recently implemented a clothing reuse and resale initiative. This benefits the brand's chosen charities while also assisting it in meeting its zero-landfill goal.
Quiz has a variety of long-term sustainability goals, including extending its sustainable product offering and incorporating more sustainable fiber and fabric alternatives to its existing collections.
Sheraz Ramzan, CCO of QUIZ, said that in understanding their responsibility to the earth, and the severity of the climate problem, they are happy to have introduced their first-ever Quiz Eco Collection, and hope their consumers will adore the goods within it.
Ramzan added that they recognize that, while they still have a long way to go, individual efforts such as this project are critical to their broader sustainability plan. They will continue to work to reduce their environmental effect and improve the long-term viability of their goods. They're delighted to keep moving forward with their 2021 to 2025 Sustainability Road Map.
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