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BOTTLETOP is a UK based luxury sustainable fashion brand, co-founded by Cameron Saul and Oliver Wayman, and driven by COO Jonathan Lee. BOTTLETOP launched with the aim to empower people and the planet through employing sustainable design and creative culture.

This label began with handbags made from upcycled bottle tops in Kenya lined with leather offcuts. Through collaborating with Mulberry, these bags became international best sellers, supporting artisans and funding health education for young people in Africa. BOTTLETOP has its own atelier and training programs in Brazil and Nepal and continue to source the finest sustainable and upcycled materials in challenged parts of the world.

This brand is known for opening the world’s first zero waste store in Regents street.

BOTTLETOP’s flagship store is recognised for its combination industrial design with contemporary art. The new retail concept echoes the heart of the brands values, collection and core materials. BOTTLETOP’s Regent Street store redefines the meaning of 'luxury' and is a much welcome new addition for London shoppers.

The development of the store involved turning recycled plastic bottles into filaments, which were then attached to robots. The robots then 3-D printed the material layer by layer into wall panels. Customers who visited the store in the opening weeks were warmly welcomed by the store robots who continue this 3-D printing process, showcasing the brand’s ethos and its evolving environment and ecosystem.

Contact Information
Head Office Address:
Bottletop, Unit 15, 7-15 Greatorex Street, London E1 5NF
Key Locations:

84 Regent Street,
London, W1B 5AJ

Company Information
Delivery Options:

Standard delivery

Key Countries Shipped To:

USA; UK; Canada; EU

Inseason Full-price: Yes
Key Executives
Founder: Cameron Saul; Oliver Wayman
Managing Director: Cameron Saul
Creative Director: Mark Pyper
Head of Marketing: Nick Spensley

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