Recycling Week

Recycling Week

I’m sure you have heard the saying ‘what goes around, comes around?’
When it comes to fashion, we think its more prevalent than ever before.

Recycling week has been around for almost 2 decades now and is a great opportunity to highlight the benefits of recycled materials and encourage more to do so. We are partaking by shining a light on our recycled collection and breaking down assumptions of what recycled clothing looks and feels like. Most of the time you won’t even realise a garment has been crafted from recycled fabrics thanks to innovations in the industry, these pieces feel as sumptuous and luxurious as a non-recycled garment.

We are beginning our journey to offering you more sustainable fashion options, we feel it is important to highlight, some of the collection is organic or recycled, however not all our pieces currently fit within this. Our core focus has not changed, to slow fashion down by encouraging you to consciously build a capsule wardrobe. To read more about our mission head over to our journal

The Collection

Our recycled collection has taken a truly modern approach, breaking down the assumptions of recycled clothing and curating a collection that has something that has everyone, from earthy red and brown tones to sleek, tailored black pieces.


The cornerstone in Noted’s curation is our knitwear, these pieces are modern yet timeless. Both pieces mix premium fabrics such as Alpaca, Wool and Recycled Polyester, from the long-length Anna Is knitted cardigan to the Sif Is textured, hip length cardigan. Stay cosy in these sumptuous, layerable cardigans for season’s to come.


Discover a collection of day-to-day essentials, blending thoughtfully designed clothing that lasts for seasons to come with sumptuous fabrics and comfortable, modern fits.


Both pieces mix timeless silhouettes with high-quality cloth from the tailored Mella Wool coat to the Sia Is relaxed black blazer.

Discover more on our sustainable edit which includes Organic Cotton and Lyocell fabrics here.

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