Annika Sanders and Kerry Seager made clothes for themselves to wear out to clubs in the early 90’s during their…
Austrian label MILCH produce a women’s collection from upcycled classic men’s wear suitings. Their urban aesthetic has a quirky playfulness to it with upturned men’s pants turned into a woman’s shift dress, the waistband forming the pulled in hem. A mans pinstripe cotton shirt, becomes a wrapped and tied woman’s skirt with the sleeves forming the ties. A pretty cap sleeved top with ruched neckline is made from a crisp man’s white shirt; decidedly feminine and a lovely counterbalance coordinated with the masculine tailored wool skirt pants. Labeled the “trouser dress collection” MILCH hijacks classic men’s fashion and transforms it into a new modern collection for women.