Member News: Teddy Edward launches new Sustainable Collection


Distinctively British brand, Teddy Edward offers an alternative to wasteful fast fashion with their new Sustainable Collection.

Synonymous with British-made excellence, Teddy Edward is the home of exclusive luxury clothing with a twist.

Founded by Stephen Reeds, who had previously spent 25 years in the fashion industry before launching the brand, Teddy Edward proudly supports and champions Great British tradition.

Stephen’s designs have evolved from an initial idea into a brilliantly modern, distinctively British collection of clothing and accessories, which show off his creative style and passion to make luxury pieces that work seamlessly across both country and city life.


Committing to their promise to make their exclusive collection here in the UK, the brand works with the highest-quality materials and the most talented artisans to develop their products. No more than 200 pieces of each design from Teddy Edward are crafted, so you are guaranteed to be wearing something really exclusive.

Understanding the growing concerns around fast fashion and the climate crisis, Teddy Edward has taken personal responsibility for the environmental impact of their brand and thus have created their new Sustainable Collection.

This exclusive range of clothing is wearable all year round, at home on countryside strolls, beachfront walks or down at the pub. All garments within the Sustainable Collection are made either partially or fully from recycled plastic bottles – giving you comfort in knowing that every time you wear them, you’re helping keep more plastic out of landfills.


The Sustainable collection offers options for both men and women with the initial range including Green – I used to be a plastic bottle. Now I am a hoodie and Clover- I used to be a plastic bottle.

Find out more about Teddy Edward and their new Sustainable Collection here

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