With climate change up and rising, you’re left wondering what actions you can take to alleviate Mother Nature’s gradual suffering, whether it’s the changing the everyday products you use, or the clothes you wear.
Luckily, Tommy Jeans has acknowledged this problem and recently announced its newest sustainability initiative.
The brand is launching a fall collection featuring styles that were made by repurposing unused materials, trims and labelling that would otherwise be thrown into the trash. It’s a full-proof eco-friendly idea that will attract environmentally conscious people and those who want to make a difference.
Though, this actually isn’t the first time Tommy Jeans launched recycled denim products. The brand did something similar earlier this year, and it received a lot of attention by its existing customers.
The new Fall 2019 collection is inspired by a mixed of classic denim and an irrelevant twist. From tapered jeans, and vintage-inspired pants to star and striped printed garments, Tommy Jeans proves that you don’t have to compromise your style to look out for the environment.
All of their garments are environmentally friendly, and the brand re-used their old stocks and completely revamped them to create a one-of-a-kind collection.
Available in select Tommy Hilfiger stores, Tommy Jeans stores and online at tommy.com.