Cheap Monday tailors clothing range to fit sustainability goals

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Cheap Monday plans for all its clothing to be labelled sustainable by 2018 | Credit: Cheap Monday
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Cheap Monday plans for all its clothing to be labelled sustainable by 2018 | Credit: Cheap Monday

Fashion brand aims to make all its menswear and womenswear from sustainable materials by late 2018

Swedish streetwear company Cheap Monday has promised that by autumn 2018 it will use eco-friendly materials in all its denim, menswear and womenswear ranges. Announcing the move yesterday as part of...

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