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Friday 6 January 2017

Material World

We invite you to unravel the stories behind your clothes and their effect on the world.

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Selfridges Hot Air: Material World

What on Earth are you wearing? Explore the materiality of our clothes and their effect on our world in our film by Sara Andreasson and Anna Ginsburg.

Fashion week's 'forever' trends
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Fashion week's 'forever' trends

How our favourite street stylers have mastered the art of timeless (aka sustainable) dressing

A single pair of jeans can use up to 11,000 litres of water during its lifecycle – that's enough water to sustain a family of four for a month.

Give me five: pieces to treasure forever
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Give me five: pieces to treasure forever

From Burberry's made-in-Britain trench to Mulberry's multi-tasking bag; reduce your fashion footprint with these beautiful pieces that will never go out of style.

Give me five: ways to make my style more sustainable
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Give me five: ways to make my style more sustainable

There are some simple steps we can all take towards making more sustainable style choices. Read on for our top tips.

sustainable fashion - clothes with a conscience
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Clothes with a conscience

Discover our favourite looks from the most exciting names in sustainable style.

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Eight materials and how to wear them more sustainably

Discover the impact of the world's most popular materials, and how we can work together for a more sustainable future.

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In Conversation with James Rebanks

Join us at Selfridges London on Wednesday 22 February at 7pm for a fascinating talk with Twitter's favourite shepherd, James Rebanks, as he shines a light on the declining British wool industry and explores how we can work together for a more sustainable future.

Almost 1.2 billion square metres of leather is discarded every year – that's nearly enough to cover 168 thousand football pitches.

The Bright New Sustainable Fashion
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Selfridges Loves: the bright new
sustainables

Meet eight designers who are championing innovative ways to create covetable yet responsibly made collections.

sustainable fashion windows
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Our windows

We're raising the awareness of sustainable fashion one passer-by at a time. Have a scroll through our world-famous Oxford Street windows, inspired by eight of the world's most popular materials.

Cotton farming accounts for almost a quarter of the world's pesticide usage.

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