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Rag News: May 2021


Developing a Circular Economy requires intentional efforts. The COVID-19 pandemic made a big impact on economies around the world, with many businesses forced to close due to multiple lockdown measures to contain the virus. As a result, there will be many challenges as countries build their economies back and attempt to aid the damage done … Continue reading Rag News: May 2021

Beyond Retro and their parent company Bank & Vogue are thrilled to share our involvement in the latest Converse Renew launch – the limited-edition Converse Renew Tropical Shirts Chuck 70.


By continuing to reimagine the classic sneaker, the potential of used clothing is realized by utilising innovative design with vintage expertise to create something new. A quintessential vintage piece, approximately 7,000 Tropical shirts were diverted from landfill and transformed into a vibrant array of one-one-a-kind Converse Chuck 70s, continuing on the iconic footwear brand’s legacy … Continue reading Beyond Retro and their parent company Bank & Vogue are thrilled to share our involvement in the latest Converse Renew launch – the limited-edition Converse Renew Tropical Shirts Chuck 70.

Rag News: April 2021


The British Government reveals a new Waste Prevention Program On March 18th, the British Government revealed plans to reduce waste across the country, which incorporated measures that would increase actions on ‘fast fashion’ and hold manufacturers accountable for textile waste. This plan is an attempt to engage the textile industry to use resources efficiently, to … Continue reading Rag News: April 2021

Rag News: March 2021


5 Reasons to adapt to a Circular Economy Shifting into a Circular Economy has been in talks for many years, in order to address the concerning environmental and climate issues that are occurring on Earth. Every year more than 100 billion tons of resources enter the economy- including metals, fossil fuels, minerals and all organic … Continue reading Rag News: March 2021