Sustainable Retail Partners
Did you know that many of your favorite shopping destinations here at our center are working toward a more sustainable future? Check out what they're doing:
Abercrombie & Fitch
Take advantage of Abercrombie & Fitch’s partnership with thredUp, the world’s largest fashion resale marketplace. Send in your gently used items to be re-commerced and earn gift cards for use at A&F, Abercrombie kids, Hollister and Gilly Hicks.
Shop the Real Good label and know that these products are the most sustainable items in the Aerie collection and are manufactured in compliance with AEO’s Water Leadership Program. In-store bra recycling is currently on hold due to COVID-19.
Shop the ALDO Love Planet collection of sustainable shoes and accessories. No plastic bags here, ALDO redesigned their shoe boxes with handles to give plastic bags the slip.
American Eagle Outfitters
Shop the Real Good label and know that these products are the most sustainable items in the AEO collection and are manufactured in compliance with AEO’s Water Leadership Program. In-store denim recycling is currently on hold due to COVID-19.
Apple will buy back or recycle old Apple devices in store. Items are thoroughly inspected, and components are either reused or recycled in an environmentally responsible way.
A member of the Global Fashion Pact, a group of 250 leading brands and companies in the fashion and textile industries committed to transforming the industry. Shopping bags and other packaging is often used from 100% recycled materials.
Extend the life of your favorite bag with complimentary leather care in-store by appointment, repair service, and customization in select stores.
While Disney works to achieve net-zero greenhouse gas emissions for all direct operations by 2030, the Walt Disney Company has donated more than $1.5 million to non-profit organizations through the Disney Conservation Fund.
A retail partner of Soles4Souls a non-profit distributes new and used shoes to those in need. Look for periodic donation drives to keep shoes out of landfills and do good all at the same time! In store, look for sustainable options from adidas using Parley Ocean Plastic, Nike products featuring the pinwheel logo.
GameStop’s trade-in program takes in software (CDs) and electronic devices and accessories that are otherwise destined for landfills and either refurbish or recycle them. In 2018 alone, GameStop refurbished over 5 million pieces of software (CDs) and over 3 million consumer electronic devices and recycled over 2.7 million pounds of e-waste.
JCPenney is committed to reporting environmental standards across all operations and supply chain. With over 600 ENERGY STAR™ certified buildings and counting, a goal to recycle 85% of the Company's annual waste by 2020, actively reducing greenhouse gas emissions and much more, JCPenney integrates sustainability in all aspects of our operation.
Recycle beauty and skin care products including tubes, bottles, pumps, refill pouches, face mask packaging, trigger heads, and dispensers through a partnership with TerraCycle and receive a 10% off coupon.
Donate gently used eyewear to help another person in the world see more clearly through the OneSight program - a family of charitable vision care programs dedicated to improving vision through outreach, research and education.
A member of the Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action and Better Cotton Initiative will achieve 100% renewable electricity for owned and operated facilities this year. Free fitness classes are expected to resume post pandemic.
For every five black pots you bring back to your local Lush store receive a free fresh face mask. The black pots are then cleaned thoroughly and ground into pellets, before being heated and remolded back into black pots for future use.
Return six empty M.A.C makeup containers to participating locations and receive a standard MAC lipstick. M.A.C Lover loyalists may choose a standard lipstick, lipglass or small eye shadow.
Stop by one of Madewell's stores with your pre-loved pairs (from any brand: the bootcuts from high school, the baggy ones from your skater days, the bright red skinnies from who knows when). Their friends from Cotton’s Blue Jeans Go Green™ program will turn them into housing insulation for communities in need—and Madewell will give you $20 off new ones.