Marks & Spencer Sells New Coat Made From Recycled Clothing

Marks & Spencer Sells New Coat Made From Recycled Clothing

British retailer turns donated fashion items into the Shwop Coat.

Yi Chen
  • 15 october 2012

Earlier this year, Marks & Spencer partnered with Oxfam to introduce the shopping scheme called ‘shwopping.’ Shoppers can swap for a new piece of clothing by donating items that they no longer want to charity. Recently, the British retailer has taken shwopping to the next level by recycling clothes that are unsuitable for resale and turning it into a new coat.

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