VIDEO: How Le Specs is reinventing its products for a brighter future

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The eyewear giant’s latest collection is made from a material that stems from grass. Image: Supplied
Like many brands, Le Specs is taking steps to reduce its environmental impact. The eyewear giant’s latest collection, Le Sustain, features frames made out of a material that stems from grass, swing tags made from recycled card and pouches made from recycled plastic. The move is sure to appeal to the brand’s young customer base, which includes A-list celebrities and influencers, including Beyonce, Rihanna, Gigi and Bella Hadid, Lady Gaga, Zayn Malik, Kendall Jenner and Justin Bieber.

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