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Weird Fish clothing launches new capsule collection using sustainable eco-fibres

Popular clothing brand Weird Fish has launched a new Tencel collection for women, comprised of sustainable eco-fibres.

Tencel fibres are composed of wood pulp from fast-growing trees, which are compostable and can fully revert back to nature. As the recipient of the European Award for the Environment, Tencel is non-toxic and is fast becoming a feel-good sustainable wardrobe choice.

The capsule collection from Weird Fish includes four stylish and environmentally-friendly items. The Shipra Tencel Tunic (£45) is soft to touch, comfortable and hard-wearing. Pair with skinny jeans or leggings for a weekend look. For days relaxing at your favourite coastal town, choose the Anushka Tencel Top (£35). This item has many flattering features, including contrasting colours on the inner cuffs and two patch pockets.

The Shennoy Tencel Tunic (£45) is breathable and highly flexible, making it a good choice for exploring the great outdoors. Tencel’s clever fibres absorb moisture more efficiently than cotton, helping to keep skin cool on warm summer days.

Stand out from the crowd in the Ranbir Tencel Top (£35) with its eye-catching dragonfly print. The hypoallergenic Tencel fabric glides over skin and will retain vibrancy for longer than conventionally-dyed fabrics.

John Stockton, managing director at Weird Fish, commented: “At Weird Fish we are famous for fabrics and we are constantly working with our suppliers to find new and innovative materials to use in our products. When we heard of the benefits of Tencel it seemed like an ideal choice for us to try.”

To view the Tencel collection for women in full, visit

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