Harbour 9 expands portfolio with launch of sustainable clothing line
Fashion brand Harbour 9 has expanded its apparel range with the launch of a sustainable outdoor casual apparel line which it claims has been created using recycled materials.
Harbour 9 claims that it has used recycled, tailoring-scrap-made yarn to make sweatshirts, tees, and tops in its new collection.
Commenting on the launch of its sustainable clothing range, Manoj Jain, director at Harbour 9 in a statement said, “Climate change due to global warming is a big reason to worry for mankind to get back to basics and transition their lifestyle to being sustainable. One of the basic needs of humans, i.e. clothing has kept evolving so quickly in recent years that has led to the adoption of fast fashion and its negative impact on the environment by involving in animal cruelty and quickly mounting landfills.”
“To avert the negative impact of wastage and its impact on climate change, we at Harbour 9 have come up with this range of sustainable clothing which is ethically sourced,” he added.
Harbour 9’s new sustainable line caters to women, men, and kids with plus-size options. It will be available on the brand’s website and other e-commerce platforms.
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