GANNI has partnered with I:CO to launch their garment take back scheme in their Covent Garden store to make it easier for their community to recycle garments and help extend the life cycle of clothes.
Customers will be able to drop off all kinds of unwanted, worn-out clothing and shoes from any brand, in whatever condition at designated collection boxes in their stores. I:CO then collects the boxes and sorts into different categories, in some cases they’ll be reused, recycled or transformed into new fabrics. For every bag/kg of clothes each customer drops off, GANNI will donate back to the I:CO circularity research project.
You can find L’Occitane in the heart of the Market Building where they store may look small but the way they work to help the planet are big. L’Occitane has partnered with TerraCycle® to provide a collection and recycling programme for their customers to be able to simply recycle their empties at any of the L’Occitane boutiques. Simply bring in your empty beauty and skin care products from L’Occitane or any beauty brand to be recycled. What’s more, you will get 10% off a new full priced product!
What’s more, L’Occitane has a range of refills for their hero products that all you to reuse their packaging over and over again. They recently added shampoo, conditioner, bath, hand wash , cleansers and more to their refill range.
The creators of the jelly shoes know a thing or two about having sustainable credentials. All of Melissa’s shoes have been recognised by the Vegan Society, a UK-based institution that provides guidance on a cruelty-free world since 1944.
Plastic shoes we hear you scream, but Melissa is different as their shoes are made to be reusable as they're made of 100% recyclable raw material and will become new products. If you wear your shoes down just a little too much then Galeria Melissa in Covent Garden has a designation recycling station where your old shoes will soon become new ones for someone else.
Floral Street Fragrance made it their mission from the very beginning to create vegan fragrance that is packaged in something good for the world. Through that journey that have created a totally new way to house your perfume in a ground-breaking pulp carton with an embossed lid, made from recyclable paper packaging and held together with a re-usable brightly-coloured band.
A first for the world of fragrance, the Floral Street Fragrance box is entirely recyclable and biodegradable. The innovation does not stop at their fragrance, for their tube which house their bath and body collection they turned to 100% sustainable sugarcane bioplastic, formed by processing the crop’s high sucrose content. The end result is durable packaging that is aesthetically indistinguishable from traditional plastic tubes, but remains 100% recyclable.
A.P.C. takes back your clothes for a reinsertion of solidarity
How does the recycling programme work?
The recycling programme allows all customers to return their old A.P.C. clothing to their Covent Garden store in exchange for a credit note valid for 6 months, according to a specific rate schedule. The returned products are aggregated and donated to a charitable organisation to be sold in a network of charity shops.
At Molton Brown, they believe that luxury and sustainability work hand-in-hand.
An elegant and plastic-free alternative, the new 200ml glass bottle has a beautiful finish that you’ll cherish forever. You can replenish it time and time again with the 600ml Refill Pouches, which are currently available in Molton Brown’s three iconic, bestselling fragrances: Orange & Bergamot, Delicious Rhubarb & Rose and Coastal Cypress & Sea Fennel.
These handy refills help reduce waste as 80% less plastic is required to make one pouch compared to two of the brand’s standard 300ml bottles – a step towards eradicating disposable beauty.
Alongside their debut of the latest collection of 27 fragrances, the packaging for 100ml Eaux de Parfum and Eaux de Toilette can be refilled time and time again in-store after their last spritz.