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Topshop Reclaim: Sustainable Range Puts Fabric Remnants To Good Use

15/07/2015 12:27 BST | Updated 01/09/2015 09:59 BST

Topshop has pieced together some of the fabric remnants leftover when its clothes are made, to create its first ever standalone sustainable fashion range.

The new Reclaim range is a capsule collection made up of 20 pieces created out of the high-street brand's existing stock of jersey, cotton and denim off-cuts.

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Standout pieces include a floral silk culottes jumpsuit and a button up denim pinafore dress, and everything in the range costs between between £12 to £65.

This may be Topshop's first sustainable standalone collection, but it's not the first time the brand has dipped its toes into the ethical fashion pool.

It has previously collaborated with ‘Reclaim to Wear’, the company launched by the founders of From Somewhere, a label that works to tackle the problem of textile waste.

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The Reclaim collection will be available to buy online and in store from Thursday 16 July.

Topshop's Sustainable Reclaim Range