Harlem’s H&M And Other Companies See Green

Refinery29 reports that on Thursday, 64 companies announced their commitment to increasing sustainable design, garment collection, repurposing, and the use of recycled textiles by 2020. Companies like Harlem-based H&M, Kering, Zara’s manufacturer Inditex, Adidas, ASOS, Eileen Fisher, Ganni, Target, VF Corp., and Reformation, are now required to publish a “progress report” as part of the Global Fashion Agenda’s focus on “circular production in fashion,” according to WWD. Circular fashion revolves around the idea that garments, shoes, and accessories can be made to have a lifespan which benefits the environment in all forms, from their production to their eventual disposal.

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