H&M is bringing us much-needed GOOD NEWS by partnering with London-based shoe brand Good News to launch its very first collection of unisex footwear with a smaller environmental footprint. Good News (founded by friends Nia Jones and Ben Tattersall) is known for its retro-inspired sneakers as well as its commitment to sustainability, and with H&M, they are changing the way sneakers are produced, step by step. that time!

The Good News x H&M collection includes seven trainers and a pair of sliders in very vibrant 70s-inspired colors. Each features their own sustainable elements, such as recycled rubber soles and materials made from banana fibers and vegan grape leather. And with London starting to open up again, now is the perfect time to swap your slippers for suitable shoes.


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