STOCKHOLM – Swedish retailer H&M is to phase out the use of conventional cashmere in its collections due to environmental and animal welfare concerns. The business told us it will stop placing orders on conventional cashmere at the end of next year. “While cashmere is popular for its soft texture and known as a high-quality material, it comes with both environmental and animal welfare challenges,” said the company.
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