Following the Climate Change Summit 2019 James&Co is fired up about driving a positive contribution as a business to climate change and sustainability. And to responding to consumers' expectations to inform how our products and operations help them make an individual contribution. We've been working on it since we started business and now is the time for all us business stakeholders to work out collaborative opportunities.
Here's another sustainable contribution you can make: divert your PU fabric jacket from landfill by re-using or recycling it What do you do with a vegan leather jacket that has come to its effective end of life for you? You can always donate it to a charity for re-use by the charity customers. Or send it for recycling. James&Co is investigating a partnership to recycle PU jackets - not just our brand styles from previous years but all brands. This will make it easier for our customers to send their used PU jackets for recycling. As a first step and as we set up the recycle initiative, we invite our Australian customers to send your used PU jacket to us...
When considering a leather or leather-look jacket purchase, consumers may like the look and supposed-luxury of expensive real leather jackets or wearing a brand name of 'vegan leather' jackets. Or they may prefer to pay the lowest prices for faux leather jackets. From our researches, James&Co is the only brand of womens outerwear tailored in chemical-free leather look fabrics. So we want consumers to know that making the decision to buy James&Co is a smart choice. And why.
Recent study recommends that brands & retailers focus on the top 5 aspects for consumers when it comes to sustainable fashion in their messaging.
With our transition from vegan/faux leather made with chemicals to innovative sustainable vegan leather made without chemicals we applied wax wash finishes to two new releases.