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Oasis chain to set trend in organic clothing

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Feb '06
Fashion chain Oasis is planning to stock a range of organic clothing in response to queries from eco-conscious customers, the retailer said today.

The organic clothing comprising jeans, jackets and t-shirts will be free from toxins and certified organic in nature.

Oasis' Future Organic is set to launch in April its green trend in the backdrop of high street clothing chains.

Fair-trade cotton t-shirts and socks will be stocked by M&S from the coming month.

Topshop plans to go for stocking garments made from ethically treated cloth.

H&M Collection of Stella McCartney's comprise of 100 percent organic t-shirt.

Oasis' range consists of eight garments made from denim and jersey in blue, mint and grey colours.

Future Organic garments' denim fabric has been sourced from Turkey and its jersey is from Portugal.

Oasis felt consumer's spending trend shifting towards organic products indicating preference of environmentally conscious consumer, said the chain's Design Director Nadia Jones.


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