Thursday, 6 December 2012

Out with the old at H&M

From February you can get more for your old clothes, if you pop into selected H&M stores and donate a bag of items you no longer want. For each bag of clothes, whatever the brand, you will receive a £5 off voucher redeemable when you spend over £30 in store. 

Once at the store the bags will be collected by H&M's eco-partner iCollect, who will then sort the clothes in order to turn them into new fibres in order to make new clothes. 

H&M is well known for their eco-projects having already produced a number of collections made with ethically sourced cotton and other recycled materials, they also stock a range of basic items made from Fair Trade cotton. 
Last year they became the world's largest user of organic cotton.


  1. This is such a great idea!

  2. I was looking at this in the fashion news earlier in the week too! I was kind of expecting a little bit more than a fiver for a bag though but I guess it depends on how big the bag is.
    But I guess with old Primark stuff which you wouldn't even be able to give away a fiver isn't too bad!



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