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The fashion and beauty brands helping save the oceans

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Stella McCartney

Images courtesy of Stella McCartney

As a brand built on an anti-cruelty, fur and leather-free ethos, it seems only fitting that Stella McCartney should now be turning its attentions to the oceans. As part of its autumn/winter 2017 collection, which was shown at Paris Fashion Week in March 2017, the brand debuted a range of 'skin free skin' looks created using newly developed fabrics - many of which were produced using recycled plastic bottles recovered from the ocean. With highlights including incredibly realistic looking (and feeling) leather bomber jackets and suede skirts, investing in high fashion without the guilt just became much more stylish.

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