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LONDON - Fashion brand Burberry is again supporting young fashion designers by donating leftover fabric to students through its ReBurberry Fabric programme in partnership with the British Fashion Council (BFC).

This is the second time that the British company is supporting fashion students through the programme, launched in 2020, which also increases circularity by upcycling surplus fabric to save it from going to waste.

"We are committed to supporting the next generation of exciting creatives while ensuring we all do what we can to protect the environment," said Nicole Lovett, responsibility programme director, Burberry.

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