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  • Francesco Lo Iacono


Updated: Aug 10, 2021

Following the social and environmental commitment established with her Spring/Summer 2019 collection, Bethany Williams introduced her new offering, on the last day of London Fashion Week Men's.

This time, the British designer worked closely with Adelaide House, a women's shelter based in Liverpool, as the city becomes also a source of inspiration for the new collection. Just like last time, the collection is produced from recycled and organic materials.

Once again Bethany works with the Italian community San Patrignano, creating fabrics mixed from book waste and for the first time with Liverpool's The Echo Newspaper.

Also, the denim elements within the collection are sourced from Chris Carney Collections, a recycling and sorting facility, while the knitwear pieces are made of 100% recycled Peruvian wood fibre. The designer has also used some recycled tents, creating a nod to the theme of shelter.

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