H&M's 'Close The Loop' Collection Is Made From Your Old Clothes

The new range will hit e-shelves this month.
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H&M has unveiled its third ‘Close The Loop’ collection, a range of men’s, women’s and children’s clothing made from consumer waste.

The range features classic denim and blue fabrics, created with cotton and wool collected during the brand’s in-store garment recycling initiative.

Launching exclusively online on Thursday 29 September, the sustainable fashion line contains 20 to 30% recycled cotton - which is the maximum amount that can be used today when making new fabric without compromising the quality.


Several pieces within the current collection are made using over 70% recycled wool.

H&M’s aim is to use more material from recycled items in the future, once technology has improved.


Prices range from £14.99 for a T-shirt, to £69.99 for a winter coat.

See more of the new collection in our gallery below:

Shirt, £29.99

H&M Close The Loop Collection

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