Deadwood turns trash into treasure with their RE:TURN project!

Written by Fashion Tales

It’s no secret that the fashion industry is a mega polluter. But there is hope! 95% of all textiles can be recycled, and leather is no exception. That’s why Deadwood was started in the first place and now the brand wants to give you a chance to be part of the recycling revolution. RE:TURN is a project where you can donate your old leather garments at the Deadwood flagship store in Hornstull, Stockholm, whether it be Deadwood or otherwise. The garment will be recycled and you will get a 20% discount on your next purchase. The donated garments will be given new life by Textilstudion in Sweden, in the form of a limited range of accessories on sale at select retailers. Let’s continue to do our part together!

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About Deadwood
Stockholm based clothing brand Deadwood was founded in 2012 by Carl Ollson and Felix von Bahder. The original idéa was to give ethical fashion an well deserved energy boost. Deadwood’s core values are sustainability, integrity and loving rebellion - all for a better world. With iconic jackets and accessories, minimal harm to the planet and a community of people inspired to live more consciously Deadwood is now stepping up their online presense while continuing to work closely with premium retailers such as Galleries Lafayette, Harvey Nichols and Bloomingdales and also expanding their collaborations with artists and musicians.

About Textilstudion
Textilstudion was founded by Felicia Lundberg, Lovisa Nolander, Evelina Ingvarsson and Linnea Magnusdotter. The company believes in a circular textile industry and the goal is to mainly work with already existing materials.