If sustainable and social good products pique your interest, H&M for Water is a must-see campaign. The Swedish retailer has launched a new collection of resort wears for the entire family, where 25% of sales will go towards sustainable water projects.
Since 2002, the brand has sold swimsuits to support international development projects. H&M has decided to expand its initiative this year, by releasing a full collection made of sustainable materials such as Tencel, linen and organic cotton. The proceeds support an organization called WaterAid, a non-profit group that provides access to clean drinking water and sanitation to the developing world. The H&M for Water lookbook is full of Hawaiian beach motifs, festival-ready bralets and punchy coral accessories.
H&M is focusing its donations towards projects in Bangladesh, India and Pakistan where they employ workers to manufacturer its goods.
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