The Most Sustainable Way To Buy Clothes

  Second Hand September is over, but that doesn't mean that we should go back to our old habits of buying new. Textile waste is a big problem in the fashion industry. Doesn't matter if we are talking about leftover materials or clothing that's never even seen store shelves and end up on the landfills... Continue Reading →

Elvis & Kresse – Master of Upcycling and Zero Waste

    Elvis & Kresse is an accessories brand for men and women. They make bags, wallets, belts, purses, home goods, and much more. Since 2005 they have been rescuing raw materials, transforming them into luxury lifestyle accessories and donating 50% of profits back to charities. They dream of a time without landfill, when everything... Continue Reading →

What Makes Recycled Fabric? 

By Audrey Stanton In recent years there has been a huge rise in the use of recycled fabrics and textiles. Many clothing brands are making an effort to include recycled materials in their garments and collections. While we are starting to see these fabrics more, it is not always clear how they came to be.... Continue Reading →

Re/Done – Innovating Denim of the Past

By: Audrey Stanton Re/Done is a luxury denim company focused on repurposing authentic vintage Levi’s jeans. It is more than a brand, but a movement towards individuality, sustainable denim, and the preservation of vintage. Re/Done uses three words to describe their jeans: iconic, sustainable, and individual. Every pair has a personality of its own. Vintage... Continue Reading →

Georgio Peviani – Fake it Til’ you Make it

  Georgio Peviani is a denim brand from East London that has been thriving since the early 90s. Though endorsed by the likes of Parisian designer Veronique Léroy. Alexa Chung. And Brazilian Instagram influencer Raquel Minelli, Peviani is most at home on the markets of London. It is a brand made for everybody; of the... Continue Reading →

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