Topshop unveil Fairtrade collection

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Topshop continue to impress within the fashion world and after the recent announcement of their collaboration with David Koma, you’d think that they couldn’t possibly pull anything else out of their bag of tricks! Just days after their new collaboration announcement, the high street retailer has now unveiled a brand new collection in aid of Fairtrade Fortnight which takes place between February 28th to March 13th.

The collection, named ‘Snake Valley, is made completely with Fairtrade cotton and will consist of 11 pieces all inspired by the ‘gypsy rocker’ trend which grows increasingly popular as the weather gets hotter and the music festivals begin in the summer months. Think fringe detailing on jackets and tops, cute hot-pant shorts, tie-dye tees, biker jackets and dip dye kimonos and you’ll have your perfect festival wardrobe.

The store’s popular Moto demin range is now also made entirely from imported cotton from Fairtrade farmers.

The collection will go on sale on February 28th in stores around the country as well as Online.

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