Recycled and sustainably-sourced materials take center stage in the new H&M Dress collection.
H&M continues its commitment to a more sustainable fashion future with a collection made from recycled and sustainable sources materials. The retail giant stays true to its goal of only using recycled and sustainably sourced materials by 2030 and to make sustainable clothing available for everyone.
With the sustainable fashion approach, H&M is lengthening the lifespan of its products. Already more than of H&M’s materials used are organic or sustainably sourced, and as of this year, 200 percent of the cotton used in H&M’s products are recycled and sustainably sourced cotton. The brand’s vision is to only use recycled and sustainably sourced materials by the year 2030.
The new collection includes a variety of dresses made from organic cotton, Tencel, or recycled polyester ad pieces in blends are made from at least 50 percent of sustainably sourced materials.