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White Stuff unveils 100 percent recycled insulation jackets


White Stuff unveils 100 percent recycled insulation jackets

Fashion and lifestyle brand White Stuff is incorporating four different
jackets into its new autumn/winter 2019 womenswear collection, which have
been made using insulation that is 100 percent recycled from up to 10
plastic bottles.

The move, part of the brands journey to becoming a more sustainable
brand, introduces a lightweight and “super warm” insulation to its jackets,
whilst the method of recycling consumes “less energy, less water and uses
fewer natural resources, making it a winner all round,” added the White
Stuff.

White Stuff unveils 100 percent recycled insulation jackets

The featured recycled jacket will be the Burston 4-in-1 Jacket, designed
to be multi-functional, ensuring its wearability throughout the season. In
warmer months, the hood and sleeves can be unzipped, turning the jacket to
a gilet with a detachable hood. It also comes in two colourways and is
reversible with a pattern on one side and a plain colour on the other.

White Stuff unveils 100 percent recycled insulation jackets

Other products in the collection include the navy Ashwater Jacket which
cinches in at the waist and the lengthier Fernhurst Coat which has a
smooth, matte finish and multiple pockets, making it highly functional but
with a fashionable feel.

The new outerwear range launches in select White Stuff shops and online
this September.

White Stuff unveils 100 percent recycled insulation jackets

Images: courtesy of White Stuff



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