Topshop announces Reclaim To Wear collaboration

The brands partner for a second time

We loved Topshop and Reclaim To Wear’s designs last year, and we’ve been daydreaming that they’d collaborate again soon. So we were thrilled to hear that they’re launching a capsule summer wardrobe with an ethical twist.

The collection, which has been entirely produced in Britain using recycled materials, includes elegant camisoles, oversized shirts and double-vented pencil skirts, all in colourful floral printed silks. And it’s totally affordable too – prices range from £34-£70.


Reclaim To Wear was launched in 1997 by Orsola de Castro and Filippo Ricci as a design solution to the problem of textile waste. The pair have shared their knowledge with Topshop with the aim of encouraging sustainability within the fashion industry.

The collection launches tomorrow (20 June) at London’s Oxford Circus, and in select stores across the world, as well as on

Looking great and doing your bit for the environment – what’s not to love?

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