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Quiz to launch sustainable apparel collection

Quiz Eco is the maiden sustainable apparel collection from the British clothing retailer Quiz.
Their first collection announced by the retailer in February this year, and consists of 16 pieces that comprise tops, bottoms, jumpsuits and dresses.

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Figure: To minimize the harmful use of chemical dyes, Quiz Eco products are made from recycled polyester fibers made into fabric blends and dyed using water-based pigments.

Quiz Eco, which is designed and made in the UK, is certified by the Global Recycled Standard and it’s an international, voluntary standard that aims to enhance the use of recycled materials in manufacturing.

To minimize the harmful use of chemical dyes, Quiz Eco products are made from recycled polyester fibers made into fabric blends and dyed using water-based pigments.

Notably, the new collection is a part of Quiz’s 2021 to 2025 Sustainability Road Map that aims to convert all business segments to 100 percent renewable carbon free energy.

Retail prices range from £ 19.99 for a pair of shorts or a crop top to £ 29.99 for a dress or jumpsuit.

Sheraz Ramzan, chief commercial officer of Quiz, said, “Following a period of research, we are really pleased to announce the sustainability measures we have put in place to further minimize the company’s environmental footprint.”

These measures are part of their wider responsibility strategy, and by no means signal the end of their efforts. They will be continuing to look at how they can improve and are excited to build on this good progress into 2022, he added.

Started in 1993, Quiz is majorly known for women’s tops, trousers, midi skirts, shorts and maxi dress, amongst others.

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