In celebration of World Recycle Week and Earth Day this year, H&M set up a dynamic installation in its flagship Oxford Circus store. Inside the installation, there are 24 floor tiles that consumers can step on in order to power the lights in the store's interactive outdoor window display and interior runway space. All of the materials that are used in the space are recycled.
This eco-friendly fashion installation is meant to bring awareness to the brand's ongoing Garment Collecting Initiative, which hopes to see consumers donate 1,000 tonnes of unwanted clothing pieces that will be sold in secondhand stores or transformed into brand new garments.
In addition to this dynamic store display, H&M recently released a video with the outspoken musical artist M.I.A. also in support of World Recycle Week.
H&M Celebrates World Recycle Week with a Consumer-Powered Display
1. Eco-friendly Fashion - Opportunity for fashion companies to produce sustainable clothing and promote environmentally responsible practices.
2. Interactive Store Displays - Opportunity for retailers to create engaging and interactive displays that incorporate innovative technology.
3. Circular Economy - Opportunity for companies to embrace circular economy principles and introduce closed-loop systems for the production and disposal of products.
1. Fashion Retail - Opportunity for fashion retailers to adopt sustainable practices and promote eco-friendly products.
2. Renewable Energy - Opportunity for renewable energy companies to develop technology that can power large-scale installations through consumer participation.
3. Waste Management - Opportunity for waste management companies to partner with fashion retailers to develop closed-loop systems for textile recycling and avoid textile waste.