H&M is bringing us some much needed GOOD NEWS as it has teamed up with London-born footwear brand Good News to launch their first ever unisex footwear collection with a smaller environmental footprint. Good News (founded by friends Nia Jones and Ben Tattersall) is known for its retro-inspired trainers as well as its commitment to sustainability, and together with H&M they’re changing the way trainers are produced, one step at a time!

The Good News x H&M collection includes seven trainers and one pair of sliders in some seriously vibrant seventies-inspired colours. Each features their own sustainable elements, such as recycled rubber soles and materials made from banana plant fibre and vegan grape leather. And with London beginning to open up again, now’s the perfect time to swap your slippers for some proper footwear.