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The fashion and beauty brands helping save the oceans

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Tumi

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Plastic waste has long been considered one of the biggest threats to the world’s oceans but it can be hard to see what you as an individual can do to help. In a bid to educate their customers and save the world’s oceans, a number of fashion and beauty brands have taken up this cause - and a number of other ocean-related problems - through special collections and donations. Here are our favourites…

Tumi

Luxury luggage brand Tumi is making its first foray into the world of ocean conservation this autumn with a new capsule collection created from a blend of virgin materials and recycled nylon and plastic bottles. The finished products are made from 70% recycled materials and represent the first time the brand has been able to offer a sustainable fabric which doesn't compromise on its rigorous quality control. The Recycled capsule collection comprises four lightweight backpacks (two from the women's Voyageur collection and two from the men's Alpha Bravo collection), two zippered pouches and a sling-style bag, with up to 30 plastic bottles being recycled to make each piece.

Visit tumi.com

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Stay Wild Swim

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This recently launched women's swimwear brand founded by ocean enthusiasts Natalie Glaze and Zanna van Dijk positions the fight for the health of the oceans as central to its existence. Created as a way to give back to the seas, every piece of Stay Wild Swim swimwear is made using ECONYL, a regenerated nylon yarn made with recycled plastic waste using the most sustainable production methods possible. The brand currently offers two design - a one piece swimsuit and a bikini - in three colourways.

Visit staywildswim.com

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Everlane

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Having always prided itself on transparent and ethical production practices along with creating clothes built to last for years, not seasons, in October 2018 American brand Everlane extended this commitment to the oceans by pledging to completely eliminate new plastics from its supply chain by 2021. This will include removing all single-use plastic from its offices and stores as well as using recycled plastic for packaging and in its products. The first step towards this goal comes in the form of ReNew, a collections of coats, jackets and jumpers for men and women created using more than three million renewed plastic bottles.

Visit everlane.com/renew

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