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We’re giving away a £500 voucher to spend on Stella McCartney’s Back to School Collection
It’s hard to keep the enthusiasm alive when it comes to the return of books, classrooms and homework. But for this year’s back-to-school period, Stella Kids is keeping the passion alive as the ethical clothing brand makes recycling fun for the new generation.
From foil puffa jackets made from recycled polyester to school essentials like the ultra-cool eco-friendly logo backpack, the collection is sure to impress classmates. Better yet, for AW19, 74 per cent of the Stella Kids collection is made from earth-friendly materials such as organic cotton, sustainably-sourced viscose and recycled materials.
As global waste is becoming increasingly problematic for the environment and our own health, Stella McCartney wants to encourage kids to reuse and recycle; a message which is in line with the brand’s core values and its big sustainability focus for AW19.
To showcase this, the recycled polyester it is using is Repreve® fibre, which is made by recycling post-consumer waste such as plastic bottles. The plastic waste is broken down and processed to create
new polyester fibre with no compromises in quality.
There is so much raw material already on the earth, why not use what we already have instead of making more? This means less waste and using less energy than making new fabrics, which makes our planet much happier and healthier. Nice work Stella!
To celebrate the latest collection, one Little London reader could win a £500 voucher to spend on the fantastic ‘Back to School’ range.
To enter the competition, simply fill your details in the form below. Good luck!
Ts & Cs: Subject to availability. Prize is non-refundable and non-transferable.
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