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Maison Lejaby celebrates 90 year anniversary with recycled fibres collection

Tom Shearsmith
22 September 2020

Maison Lejaby is celebrating their 90th anniversary with a new autumn collection that pays homage to the brands long history.

Offering new textile innovations that respect the environment, the House has introduced its collection, Pas De Deux, a lace line created of recycled yarns.

Available now, the new 7-piece collection is based on archive designs from the last 90 years, fused with a contemporary edge.

In recent months, Maison Lejaby has increased its focus on sustainability, modernising the business around several key pillars of sustainable fashion including:
  • 100% of collections imagined, drawn, prototyped, tested locally
  • 85% of lace French sourced
  • 86% of overall materials from Europe
  • 100% of materials OEKO-TEX certified
  • 100% of boxes products made from recycled cardboard

Regarding the collection, the company said: "Pas De Deuxis a refined 7-piece range in three flattering shades of Peach, Rose and Volcano. Four bra styles, two of which go up to H cup and a choice of three pant styles provide modern styling and superb all-day comfort."

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