Our Commitment to a Circular Economy

How Green Fashion Recycling is Reducing Waste

How Green Fashion Recycling is Reducing Waste

We’re buying unwanted, new, worn, faulty footwear, and handbags across the UK and recycling them to reduce the landfills. With over 100,000 items purchased every year, our expertise in this field is vast.

Since 1996, we’ve been diverting Footwear, Handbags, and accessories from ending up in landfills. That’s 2.5 million items and counting! Our work involves buying, repairing, de-branding, and reselling thousands of items every week. By doing this, we’re playing our role in reducing waste and promoting sustainability in the fashion industry.   

Our efforts extend beyond the business. We prioritise reducing waste, embracing circularity, and fostering a connection between style and sustainability

Our commitment to preserving brand integrity means that we de-brand our stock, and nothing from our collection is sold on the internet, our stock is sold in our two out-of-town warehouses.  

Our commitment to the cause is unwavering, and our determination is unyielding. We’ll continue to lead the way, showing that fashion can be fabulous and eco-friendly

With each step we take, we redefine what it means to be stylish, proving that fashion can thrive without compromising the environment.   

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of people have a more positive image of companies that support sustainability & circular economy.


of customers are likely to switch brands (given comparable price and quality) to one associated with a good cause.


of global consumers want more of their favourite products, services, and retailers to support worthy social issues.


of shoppers are more loyal to brands championing sustainable practices, making recycled fashion a choice.


items processed and diverted from landfills every month


items sent overseas to help developing countries every year


tons of cardboard recycled every year