'Make Fashion Circular': Burberry, Nike and Gap join forces to tackle textile waste

Madeleine Cuff
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Nike is one of the core partners of the Make Fashion Circular initiative
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Nike is one of the core partners of the Make Fashion Circular initiative

Major new global initiative draws some of the biggest clothing brands together to promote vision of a zero waste fashion industry

Some of the world's most cutting edge fashion brands, including high profile names such as Nike, Burberry, and Stella McCartney, have joined forces to tackle textile waste in an attempt to "radically redesign"...

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