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Published on Tuesday, 01 April 2014

Investment required to make upcycling viable

Written by Brett Mathews

Topshop eco rangeWAKEFIELD - Garment manufacturers need designers and waste specialists in situ in order to make textile up-cycling a financially viable and attractive proposition for leading clothing brands and retailers. That’s one of the findings of an Ecotextile News report into the varying degrees of success achieved by fashion retailers when they partnered with niche labels to launch eco-fashion ranges.


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