The new main catalogue by James & Nicholson and myrtle beach has been available since the beginning of the year. It also includes the new collection 2021. The CO²-emissions caused by production and dispatch have been completely made up for with the support of Bergwaldprojekt e.V. as a climate partner.
The new collection 2021
On 629 pages, the comprehensive main catalogue by James & Nicolson and myrtle beach, which has been available since the beginning of the year, includes, among other things, the new collection 2021. With the 40 novelties the focus is, inter alia, on sustainable fabrics, such as organic cotton or recycled polyester as well as crossover styles, with which you can cut a fine figure both at work and in private life. A highlight of the collection is for instance the first jeans by James & Nicholson (JN875) in a brand history of about 20 years.
ClimatePartner supports Bergwaldprojekt e.V.
By promoting regional and internationally acknowledged climate protection projects, ClimatePartner enables other companies to produce in a climate-neutral way and to commit themselves regionally. Thanks to our cooperation with ClimatePartner, the CO²-emissions caused by production and dispatch of the main catalogue by James & Nicholson and myrtle beach were made up for 100%, this year, too.
‘As a manufacturing company we bear a responsibility towards the environment’, says managing director Kai Gminder. ‘We are aware of that and therefore, together with ClimatePartner, we promote sustainable and ecologically valuable projects.’
One of these has recently also been the association Bergwaldprojekt e.V. from the Oberallgäu. It consists of volunteers and experts who have been maintaining and cultivating native woodlands since 1991. Regional commitment protects natural habitats and is therefore vital for the adaptation to climate change.