A circular economy partnership lets the Eileen Fisher get a second use out of its old clothes, and gives the furniture company a new option for covering its products.
A new line of pillowcases and a lounge chair at West Elm may look new, but they actually have a long history. That’s because they originally started life as Eileen Fisher clothing. The two companies are working together on a circular economy project to help both reduce their environmental impact.
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