ReLove: ASOS and DPD debut circular fashion collection service

James Murray
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New initiative will see DPD collect second hand clothes for donation to charities free of charge

With the clothing industry under mounting pressure to curb the textile waste mountain created by so-called 'fast fashion' and curb emissions from its delivery vehicles, two of the UK's leading fashion...

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