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Topshop Launches an Eco-Friendly Collection

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Topshop has launched its second collection with eco label Reclaim To Wear, a eco-conscious label that focuses on "zero-waste" production. In this case, that means summery blouses and dresses made from recycled fabrics.

The collection is nine floral-friendly pieces—printed camisoles with matching skirts, paneled dresses, an oversized silk shirt, and one glorious pair of culottes—and prices range from $34 to $70. Head after the jump to take a look, and head here to shop.

· Reclaim To Wear collection [Topshop]
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