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H & M launched a sustainable men and women denim denim products

2017-03-23

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The Swedish fashion retailer (H & M) has launched its latest sustainable development product, a series of men and women's denim, as part of its latch-up cycle and commitment to a more sustainable fashion future.
The Denim United series of garments are made from sustainable materials such as organic cotton and recycled cotton, which have oversized contour lines in a series of scrubbing processes.
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According to H & M, this new series includes work jackets, work clothes and casual shorts, designed to blur the gender orientation and challenge routine.
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H & M spokesman Marybeth Schmitt added: With the continued development of fashion and mutual influence, we are very natural to launch a male and female common series, as we see today no boundaries of the democratic style
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In February (2017), H & M worked with yarn manufacturer Bionic to develop the latest Conscious range of products made from waste plastics found in coastal communities and marine environments.
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Denim United is the driving force behind H & M's vision for a more sustainable fashion. In the company's product line, 20% is made from more sustainable materials (2015), and its material ratio increases year by year since 2015.
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H & M is also one of the world's largest recyclable polyester fiber users and one of the largest purchasers of organic cotton, which is committed to achieving 100% of all its cotton purchases on sustainable raw materials by 2020.
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On 7 March, H & M revealed that it encouraged its suppliers to pay workers' salaries through action currency or other digital means, which was part of the company's accession to the United Nations initiative.
Source: Textile Federation
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