Totally innovative thinking
Winter 2012 - Multi-RSPCA Good Business Award winner Marks & Spencer keeps on pushing the case for ethical improvements in higher animal welfare in the fashion business – which saw them scoop 2010’s Award for outstanding achievement.
Innovation in fashion trends has been an M&S hallmark for many years and they continue to push the boundaries of wool that is sourced only from higher welfare stocks. Wool is rightly popular again this season and there’s something to suit the whole family in store and online now.
For hims, for hers and for the kids too
For him - Wool, in it’s many forms, is a key trend textile in menswear this season. From statement chunky knit scarves and jumpers, to sharp wool suits and coats, it’s easy to dress for warmth and style this season.
For her - Wool can be found in so many items across womenswear - from animal print cloche hats to military style coats, suits and jackets.
For the kids - warm, cosy and fashionable winter wool can hit all the right notes - so have fun with it, the more layers the better!
Did you know?
In 2007 Marks and Spencer launched Plan A - a 5-year plan to embed sustainability into their business. Part of Plan A is focused on ensuring that M&S continues to have some of the highest welfare standards on the high street.