"I am happy to see the advances in sustainable fabrics which we have used in our collection. Moving towards a more sustainable future with close to 5 million pieces to be launched each year we have committed ourselves to environmental sustainability without compromising on style, trend and design," said Raza Beig, CEO Splash and ICONIC, and Landmark Group director.
Building onto the ideology of Reuse-Conserve-Recycle, UAE based Splash aims to trend sustainability with its #IAMSUSTAINABILITY campaign that marks the launch of the range in the business. With key pieces which include Drop shoulder Tees, Torn Denims, Mandarin Collar Shirts and Tonal Stripe Polos in colours like Cold Greys, Dry Pinks, Powder Blues and washed whites, the collection has been made with environmental friendly organic and recycled cotton, recycled polyester and Tencel - which have been dyed with environmental friendly inks. (RR)
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