We teamed up with 10 brilliant celebrity designers to create a reusable range that's stylish and sustainable.

Keep your drinks hot right now (or for 12 more hours) with Rita Ora's reusable bottle, and if takeaway coffee cups don't give you no satisfaction, get yourself one of Ronnie Wood's reusable cups! From Kate Moss to Harry Kane, whatever your style, we have the perfect design for you.

Bubble Trouble, by Cara Delevingne

"The ocean is like the mother of the planet. It gives us life - the air we breathe and the water we drink - and is full of creatures moving around in its vast blue waters.  My design represents how the plastic we use is suffocating marine life and causing so much damage.  I hope that you’ll join me in making a change." - Cara Delevingne

Shop Cara's design here

Crabby, by Rita Ora

"I read that by 2050 there will be more plastic in the ocean than fish. My design depicts the very harsh reality that exists now, and will worsen within the next 30 years unless we all do something. Lets stop this now and give crabby and all other marine creatures the clean home they need to thrive." - Rita Ora

Shop Rita's design here

Moby Sick, by Sienna Miller

"I am inspired by the incredible range of blues in the ocean, especially the deep vibrant blues.  Scientists have shown that up to 12 million tonnes of plastic are being dumped into the ocean each year.  We can change this before it’s too late. Let’s all pass on plastic." - Sienna Miller

Shop Sienna's design here

Designed by Harry Kane

"As captain of England I understand how important it is to take responsibility by motivating your team to be the best. Whether this be on the pitch or inspiring people to rallying to a cause like saving the oceans, I take pride in lending my inspiration to this reusable design and I hope that one person’s action, in choosing not to use a single use bottle, can inspire another and another to pass on plastic." - Harry Kane

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Save the Wave, by Kate Moss

"The ocean has boundless beauty, the gifts it has given the world are countless, however, it is not a limitless resource. My design is meant to represent the hope I have for the ocean, for its health and future, for both those that live within it, and those that live from it." - Kate Moss

Shop Kate's design here

Use Less Uselessness, by Bob Geldof

"The destruction of the ocean and the concomitant species extinction of marine life and in turn the human food chain food chain boils down to that laziest of personal attributes; Convenience. Buy it. Chuck it away. No prob. That has to stop. And it can stop. My incredibly amazing and revolutionary design for a bottle without a bottom (or vice versa - whichever) is to illustrate the ridiculous logic and nature of single use plastic. It is not only "useless" or USE LESS (see what I did there?) but criminally unnecessary. It is also very seriously messing us up. Stop doing it!" - Bob Geldof

Shop Bob's design here

Sea Whale, by Ronnie Wood

"I designed this bottle to highlight the devastation single use plastic is causing the oceans, and how it isn’t just affecting those lower down the food chain, but the beautiful giants of the sea as well." - Ronnie Wood

Shop Ronnie's design here

Free the Sea, by Will Poulter

"Let’s free the ocean from plastic. If together we reduce our plastic consumption, we can turn back the hands of time and create a sustainable future for the ocean and all of us." - Will Poulter

Shop Will's design here

Squid's In, by Fearne Cotton

"The ocean – there is only one. We often refer to oceans with names like Atlantic, Pacific, Arctic – but the ocean is one interconnected body.  It is this connection of a whole system that inspired my squid, with so many arms and legs, but not enough to clean up the ocean.  Pass on plastic, and help restore the ocean for our kids and theirs." - Fearne Cotton

Shop Fearne's design here

Inspirational Earth by Princess Eugenie of York

"I drew this image to show how much of our Earth is covered by water.  The ocean is our planet's life support system.  Sadly we have a tendency to take the ocean for granted, assuming that it is an endless vessel for us to take from and give nothing in return. It is, however, time to give back.  Everyone can easily do this with just a few small changes to everyday routines.   I hope these products help people form new habits with ease and a bit of style." - Princess Eugenie of York

Shop Princess Eugenie of York's design here