An eco-clothing design company and a supermarket chain may appear as though they are two businesses least like to join together for a collaboration, but Goodone and Tesca have done just that with their release of a new fashion line made from surplus and wasted textiles.
While the clothing in this latest venture is made from discarded or extra fabric, Goodone has made sure that their pieces are more than just the sum of their parts. Instead, the Goodone and Tesco fashion line is composed of bright, cheerful and comfortable pieces that reflect vitality and warmth, while also serving as feel-good eco-friendly garments. Both companies deserve major credit for having the courage to step boldly into the future of environmentally conscious fashion.
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