Les Cent Ciels doodle drawing of a knitted hoodie, crew neck jumper and v-neck jumper


RETURN AND RE-USE

RECYCLED CASHMERE CAMPAIGN

Sustainability starts with you



WHY IT MATTERS TO US

We are excited to introduce our Recycled Cashmere Campaign, regenerating fibres of your previously loved cashmere pieces. For us, sustainability is an evolution that we are fully committed to. We are constantly striving to improve ourselves for a greener, better future.

Our aim is to increase transparency and environmental awareness in the world of fashion, by creating a process for a circular economy.

We want to give cashmere, one of the most luxurious yarns, a second life.



THE CONCEPT IS SIMPLE

All you have to do is bring back any of your Les 100 Ciels Cashmere items (post your item or drop in store) and receive a cash voucher towards a new piece from our collection. Ensure to include your Name, email & telephone number in the package.

The collected pieces will then be used to produce gorgeous and regenerated cashmere pieces.



THE RECYCLING PROCESS

Les Cent Ciels garments doodle drawing divided by color into three groups, red, yellow and blue

The cashmere collected is sorted by colour.



Les Cent Ciels garments doodle drawing divided by colour being deconstructed back to fibre

The cashmere is unknitted back to fibre dimensions and goes through a thorough washing process before being blended with 20% virgin fibres.



Les Cent Ciels recycled cashmere fibres doodle drawing being putted back into the process of carding, spinning and knitting

The blended fibres then follow the process of carding, spinning and knitting as with any 100% virgin fibre would.

Les Cent Ciels Send us your cashmere to recycle button
TERMS & CONDITIONS
The returned piece must be a Les 100 Ciels 100% Cashmere item, in any condition. Refunds will not be issued for any non-cashmere items, or other branded items received by us. The value of the voucher will correspond to the weight of the item (£5 per 100gms).
Email us at customerservice@les100ciels.com if you have any further queries about the recycle programme.
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