H&M Unveils A New “Bring It” Campaign For Recycling Used Clothes

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Since 2013, H&M‘s Garment Collecting initiative has successfully collected over 40,000 tonnes of used garments and textiles throughout the world for recycling purpose. Thanks to such campaign, H&M has able to use every used clothing to come up new designs under its new Conscious range.

This year, H&M returns with a brand new garment collecting campaign titled Bring It, which has already made its debut worldwide on January 26 at hm.com. As a part of the H&M‘s Bring It campaign, the Swedish clothing label also released a similarly-titled short film directed by Chrystal Moselle that focuses on how unwanted clothes are given a new life. Watch the video below.

 H&M Unveils A New Bring It Campaign For Recycling Used Clothes

Available in every H&M store globally, all you have to do is leave a bag of unwanted clothes or textiles at your local H&M outlet. Customers who bring the bag will be rewarded a 15% discount voucher. For more info, click here.

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