From New York Fashion Week Fall Winter 2017/18 – Mimi Prober’s stunning upcycled and hand made vintage lace collection.
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Noorism re-claim old denim Jeans by taking them apart and remaking them into new, contemporary, womenswear and accessories.
Featured Collection – Andy Lifschutz
Andy Lifschutz holiday collection of special jewelry pays homage to our shared histories, the paths we choose and those we are born into. Descendant, as a body of work supports causes that promote equal opportunities for all living species. The collection is the artists means of confronting fear, ignorance and denial with an open heart. For December 5% of all sales will be donated to Charity Water.
Featured Podcast – Conscious Chatter: Recycling + Ecoalf
Kestrel Jenkins speaks with Javier Goyenche, founder of Ecoalf, a fashion brand that makes clothing using innovative recycled materials.
Shanghai Tang EcoChic Collection
The Shanghai Tang x EcoChic Capsule Collection is the first limited edition, up-cycled collection from the winner of The EcoChic Design Award 2014, 2015 cycle – Kévin Germanier.
Featured Exhibit – Jan Kath, Boro and KUON
The Jan Kath combined carpet, Boro textile and KUON exhibit showcases museum worthy 17th century representations of traditional Japanese BORO textiles.
Featured Collection – Christopher Raeburn AW16
British designer Christopher Raeburn continues to use repurposed materials, many from unexpected military sources. The Winter Camp Ceremony collection uses decommissioned rubber suits, as well as remade ceremonial wool uniforms, and hand knits.
Blending innovative, sculptural design, with natural and sustainable fabrics, naturevsfuture is designed with an eco-conscious approach.
RIYKA produce a women’s and menswear collection made entirely from upcycled, leftover and organic materials.
The Anchal Project is a nonprofit social enterprise that addresses the exploitation of women around the world. Using design thinking to create employment opportunities,
VLTA is an environmentally conscious company that produces jewelry designed to hold essential oils inside. Designed from recycled metals, and ethically sourced semiprecious stones, VLTA jewelry is minimalistic in style, and geometrically expressed.