The garments from Patagonia divert waste from the landfill without sacrificing quality

Closing the clothing loop through recycling, donations and various other models has become a trend for many fashion brands. Large retailers such as H&M, Madewell and smaller direct-to-consumer brands such as Reformation, and M.Gemi are driving increasing awareness of programs that leverage used clothing as a source of regeneration. Patagonia, which has been a sustainability leader, has just released a recycled clothing collection, called Re\\Collection which is made from almost 100 percent recycled materials.

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