A Preston-based streetwear brand is making waves in the sustainable fashion world.Advertisement
CHANGE, which is run by founder and designer Adam West from Garstang, has just released a recycled autumn/winter collection.
Featuring designs by Adam, the new range is one of the first to use a circular production model and heavily-audited supply chain to reduce waste and ensure the highest standards of sustainability.
The collection includes slogan tees with words such as Freedom and Vegan, while animals and the natural world also feature heavily in the designs.
CHANGE creates its products using the Teemill platform, meaning once items are finished with they can be returned to be remanufactured. The products are broken down and the raw materials reclaimed so nothing goes to waste.
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Adam said: “There’s no denying that an increasing appetite for fast fashion has been detrimental to the environment and to the people who work within the industry.
“Since we started making clothes back in 2017, we’ve always tried to keep the focus on sustainability and social good.
“CHANGE is determined to flip the script, having used closed-loop systems and renewable energy from our inception. This new opportunity to utilise reclaimed fabrics was really a no-brainer.”
Find out more and shop the range via the CHANGE website.
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