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Your sustainable shopping guide to central London

Meet the sustainability-conscious retailers that are dedicated to doing their bit for the planet, for a better tomorrow.

Looking to stock up on goods that are good for our planet and shop with more sustainability-conscious brands? From sustainable fashion to clean beauty and low waste menus, we’ve put together some of our favourite places to shop to ease your transition and support sustainability on our curve.

Where to shop for responsible beauty?

Molton Brown

From its origins just around the corner on South Molton Street, Molton Brown products have always been made in England. Its iconic product bottles are now made from 50% recycled PET plastic with net zero carbon emission in its manufacturing facility. Pop into its flagship Regent Street store and choose from its array of fragrant and refillable hand washes. With its Recycling Rewards scheme, you can also return caps, pumps, and plastic bottles in exchange for discounts on products – good for you; great for us all.

Where to find sustainable fashion?


Enter Uniqlo's dedicated space to remake, repair, reuse and recycle at the Re:Uniqlo studio in the basement of its flagship store on Regent Street. With trained staff at hand, give new life to your worn out garments with "remake" by turning your apparel into new pieces or at "repair", where you can recover damaged items by fixing them up. Not only this, with plenty of recycle bins lined up in this space, you can donate unwanted apparel that will be reused by helping people in need around the world or unwearable garments would be "recycled" into raw materials and utilised within the Uniqlo production process.


Fashioning sustainable choices on our curve, Mulberry has released its first ever carbon neutral bag, The Lily Zero. Or if you’d rather buy into the circular economy, opt for a pre-loved bag which comes authenticated, refurbished, and repaired to like new condition. Already the proud owner of a classic Mulberry bag? Be inspired to refresh your collection with its “buy-back” scheme – hand in old bags in exchange for vouchers to spend in-store.


In recognising sustainability is the future, Fabletics is taking steps to offer sustainability in style. Give your old Fabletics items a new life through its exciting partnership with the Upcycle app which transforms used clothing into home décor products in exchange for a £10 gift voucher – all with zero waste. Keep your eyes peeled for its upcoming collection of recycled fleeces.


Join in on the shared wardrobe with "H&M Rental" at H&M's flagship store on Regent Street. Here you will find a handpicked curation of current collections and rare archive gems that you can hire for seven days or more. Book your personal consultation with an H&M rental stylist, make your pick and rent, wear and return for a professional clean covered by them. You are guaranteed a seamless process that gives you your best look for a special occasion, without harming the planet. 

Beyond Retro

If you want an eclectic wardrobe without the carbon footprint, or simply love vintage fashion, Beyond Retro is a one stop shop. Find pre-loved and upcycled styles from the 60s to the noughties in this Argyll Street haven for sustainably-conscious fashionistas.

Where to minimise food waste?

The George

Just when we thought The George couldn’t get any better, we heard the phrase “wine on tap”. Its wine kegs are made from 100% recycled plastic which have halved its shipping carbon footprint and save 3.5 tonnes of glass per year. And the wine? It shows the same care and attention to detail as its food menu, working in partnership with over 150 English wineries to craft the perfect selection.

Whole Foods

Refill cupboard staples like grains, spices, beans, snacks and more from Whole Food’s Bulk Department. Bring your own containers and take as much or as little as you need to reduce waste and your cost – it’s win-win.

Find even more ways to reduce food waste at home with this delicious recipe from Hawksmoor Air Street which uses common leftovers from a Sunday roast.


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