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Published on Monday, 04 July 2016

KappAhl increases sustainable fashion range

Written by Brett Mathews

GOTHENBURG - Leading Nordic fashion brand, KappAhl, says it has increased the proportion of its sustainability labelled fashion range from 24 to 38 per cent over a 12 month period. The company, which has nearly 400 stores in Sweden, Norway, Finland and Poland, includes garments which have been made used using organic and Better Cotton Initiative cotton as well as recycled materials in its sustainable range.

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