John Lewis (UK) has announced that it is expanding its fashion buyback service, following a successful pilot.
The initiative, announced in October 2019, is aimed at addressing the increasing volumes of clothing being sent to landfill and allows customers to “responsibly pass” on unwanted clothes. The retailer is now expanding the buyback clothing pilot to five more John Lewis shops. The trial in Oxford was originally planned to last for six weeks but has been extended “indefinitely,” explained John Lewis in a statement.
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