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H&M World’s Largest User of Organic Cotton

H&M have confused me somewhat of late. They are a mass market, worldwide clothing brand where you can buy a vest top for £3.99, so technically I shouldn’t like them. But they have worked hard on developing their Conscious Collection … Continue reading

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H&M Ban Harmful Perflourinated Compounds (PFCs)

H&M have announced that from the 1st of January 2013 they will ban Perfluorinated Compounds from any products that they sell (PFCs). PFCs are used to achieve the water repellent finish mainly found on outer wear garments, but also on … Continue reading

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H+M Conscious Collection

Last week the High Street fashion chain H+M launched an ethics led collection called ‘Conscious’. The range is available for women, men and kids and uses organic cotton, recycled polyester and Tencel. I’m always a bit sceptical about large giants … Continue reading

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