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Oliver Bonas Helps Customer To Recycle Their Clothes For Charity

At independent lifestyle, gift and fashion retailer Oliver Bonas, being kind is at the core of everything the company does, and this includes being kind to the environment.

 The latest initiative sees the multiple retailer partner with Re-Fashion, (whose mission is to make fashion more sustainable by stopping it contributing to landfill), to help its customers recycle their loved but no longer worn clothes.

Customers can add a free Re-Fashion bag to their orders and fill it with unwanted clothes to send off to Re-Fashion which will either list the unwanted clothes on its own website, send clothes off to charity shops or, with any items that don’t make the grade, create rag bags for fashion students and the upcycling community.

Oliver Bonas currently has 58 stores in the UK, spanning gifts, homewares, jewellery and fashion accessories as well as women’s clothing and furniture.


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