Tabatha Coffey has launched her very own sustainably sourced and ethically made workwear capsule in collaboration with BeauTex Designs, called Tabatha by BeauTex.
Matrix Global Ambassador Tabatha Coffey‘s collection is made from 100% recycled plastic bottles, turning would-be trash into a textile must-have. The sleek black fabric is bleach resistant and boasts stylish, gender-neutral designs durable enough to withstand harsh chemicals for the modern urban worker. This capsule collection is available now on BeauTexDesigns.com
The 2021 capsule collection by Tabatha Coffey is designed to be gender-neutral, with all body types in mind and encourages diversity, versatility, and inclusiveness with its seven core styles including a waterfall jacket, a hoodie dress, leggings, a round neck top, harem pants, a tunic blouse and a tie front shirt. It’s a range that can truly be mixed and matched and worn to the wearers own unique taste and style.
As part of the BeauTex mission to support women and drive impactful change, $1 from the sale of each product in the Tabatha by BeauTex range will be donated to Hair Aid, a non-profit organization that works globally to make a difference and create change by teaching people living in critical poverty the skill of hair cutting.
“These clothes are designed with inspired distinction, blending creativity, comfort and boldness with sustainable living,” says Matrix Global Ambassador Tabatha Coffey
The Tabatha by BeauTex is available now, for more information on the workwear collection, click here!
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