This season, H&M’s fall back-to-school collection is filled with fashionable tees, sweatshirts, hooded jackets, and joggers available in fun patterns or bright solids, all made from more sustainable materials.
The collection also offers Conscious denim, which includes transitional staples made from more sustainable materials such as 100% organic cotton, available in a variety of washes and styles.
H&M also encourages you to recycle last year’s worn out school duds by donating any brand of old garments to your local H&M and receive 15% off your back to school purchase. www.hm.com
In other H&M related news, the retailer plans to open four more stores under the brands COS label, (Collection of Style) this year in the US.
COS initially entered the US market last year, with the launch of an e-commerce platform and stores in both Los Angeles and New York. 2015 will see COS open additional locations in both New York and California. The New York 5th Avenue location, will house menswear and womenswear across 3,982 square feet of sales space while on the West Coast, COS will open in Costa Mesa, California at South Coast Plaza and will carry womenswear and menswear in 4,165 square feet retail location.
COS had its initial launch on London’s Regent Street in March 2007. The brand has a wide product range that is divided into a number of different concepts, incorporating fashion essentials, reinvented classics and modern trends for men and women. COS has 125 stores in 26 countries in Europe, Asia, the US, Australia and the Middle East and currently retails online to 19 markets. COS also has plans to expand into Canada opening stores in Montreal and Toronto. www.cosstores.com