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M&S to debut edgy eco capsule collection

Marks & Spencer will launch a 16-piece womenswear collection made from recycled fabrics including cotton and polyester called Limited London next month.

Available in selected stores and online, it aims to capture the “vibrant London fashion scene” while incorporating M&S’s Plan A ethos through its manufacture. It has been designed at the retailer’s studio at Fashion Street in Shoreditch, east London.

Prices range from £10 for a jersey top to £69 for a sleeveless jacket, while patchwork jeans are priced at £40.

The collection was partly inspired by Collectively.org, a digital platform that was co-founded by M&S to promote sustainability to young people. The range is made in Plan A-approved factories and the recycled content of fabrics used ranges from 25% to 100%.

Readers' comments (1)

  • Here we go again -M&S spending loads of money on a junior collection to attract a customer they don't and never will have.
    When will they become less fashion obsessed for the press and start to include some properly designed and chosen updated classics that actually fit the size designated. .

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