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In one month, the 2015 edition of H&M Conscious Exclusive sees the light of day.

In one month, the 2015 edition of H&M Conscious Exclusive sees the light of day. The collection, made from more sustainable materials and drawing inspiration from everything from Japanese draping art to African embellishments, will be in 200 selected H&M stores worldwide and online on 16 April.

“I love the look of this year’s collection. The pieces are full of character in the most beautiful prints, all made from more sustainable materials,” says Ann-Sofie Johansson, H&M’s Head of Design for New Development.

Every garment and accessory is made from more sustainable materials, such as organic silk, organic cotton, organic linen, Tencel, recycled polyester and organic leather. New for Conscious Exclusive year is recycled beads and sequins. We can’t wait for spring!


4 Comments

jesse.anne.o: That's what I was wondering as well - where and how they're made.
March 20, 2015

Lili Dreyer: I love the collection as well. It shouldn't just be one environmental friendly collection a year though, it should be all of their collections and goods that are as environmental friendly as theese pieces!
March 17, 2015

thefaircloset: I love every piece, but the question remains:where and under what circumstances were they made?
March 16, 2015

Clara: Alltså den svarta jump suiten.....
March 16, 2015

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