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Cad & The Dandy to launch eco suit

Tailoring business Cad & The Dandy is gearing up to launch its first eco suit.

The suit, created with natural fabrics such as hemp and organic cotton, will go on sale next year at Cad & The Dandy’s Savile Row store. Eco friendly cuff links, made with recycled materials, will also be available.

Cad & The Dandy co-founder James Sleater said: “We’re providing bespoke fashion with a conscience. We want our clients to walk out wearing our range not only looking fantastic but feeling great too.”

Former boxer Chris Eubank partnered with the tailoring company in the summer to design a range of five pieces including a four-buttoned jacket, high-waisted trousers and a frock coat.

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