Showcasing sustainable businesses: Seasalt

Seasalt, based in Falmouth and with a shop in Sidmouth, are keen to promote their Sustainability Strategy: 

Our goals have always been simple: to craft beautiful clothing that inspires and endures, share our love of Cornwall and reduce the impact of our business on the environment. 

Sustainability – Seasalt Cornwall

They are really implementing this strategy with new initiatives:

Cornish clothing brand Seasalt has launched its resale platform with Reskinned, the sustainable ‘pre-loved’ clothing repair and resale specialist. The resale platform will enable Seasalt customers to buy pre-loved and repaired Seasalt clothing that has been taken back from customers to be ‘rehomed’, avoiding them being sent to landfill.

CEO Paul Hayes said: “We’ve been overwhelmed by the incredible response from customers getting involved in the takeback initiative and are delighted to be able to launch the resale service so quickly. It’s so important to us, as a business, to do what we can to encourage circularity in our industry and the success to date is testimony to the quality of our Seasalt product.”

Seasalt launches resale initiative | Business Cornwall

It follows the launch of the retailer’s take-back programme in February, where customers can return pre-loved Seasalt items in exchange for a voucher for up to £25 off their next purchase. The retailer said it has received over 2,000 items in the first six weeks of the programme, making Seasalt the 12th most requested brand for resale on Reskinned.

Seasalt sails into resale

With much more here:

Reskinned – Seasalt Cornwall

And lots more here: 

We believe there is a better way to dress our future. Reskinned are linking up existing solutions with new tech ideas to create more options for people and brands to rehome unwanted clothes. Through resale, repair and innovative recycling, we’re realising a more sustainable fashion future.

Reskinned Clothing | Preloved Fashion

And more here: 

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