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LONDON – The UK’s Royal Trinity Hospice has called on more fashion brands to collaborate with it in order to extend the lifecycle of secondhand garments and raise money for people with life-limiting illnesses and their families.

The hospice, which is the country’s oldest, is said to work with more than 200 brands and retailers including Hugo Boss, Harrods, Anthropologie and Phase Eight.

Phase Eight’s Lauren Bloomfield commented: “We take pride in donating our samples to Trinity, supporting the incredible work the hospice does to provide for families’ and individuals’ end of life care. As a brand we are committed to taking responsibility for our environmental impact which we are continuously working hard on to achieve our goals.”

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