This year marks the 150th anniversary of Sainsbury's -and the supermarket chain is launching a new clothing line with a difference.
The new range, which starts at just £12, is unisex and made from recycled yarn.
It makes up part of the new Drury Lane Collection , which is available in stores and online at tuclothing.sainsburys.co.uk , and a spokesman says it's "designed to show commitment to reducing environmental impact".
The launch comes after the Queen visited a replica of one of the original Sainsbury's stores in London's Covent Garden.
She cut a cake made by the baker who created Harry and Meghan's wedding cake.
The new unisex range has jersey pieces suitable for the whole family to wear.
The collection is also made with cotton from the Better Cotton Initiative (BCI) to help protect the environment and working for global change.
A spokesman said: "This enables a more sustainable approach to fashion cotton producers to achieve better yields, reduce their environmental footprint and benefit from greater financial security from a global market for sustainable cotton.
"The use of recycled yarns also helps reduce environmental impact and are produced through the use of waste product, ultimately reducing the amount of waste sent to landfills.
"This collection is committed to being more caring and having an actively positive impact on the environment."
It is available online at tuclothing.sainsburys.co.uk and in stores now and prices for adults range from £12 – £16. Prices for the childrenswear collection start from £3.50.
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