1/Off

by Damla Bozoglu on

Today we are very excited to share one of our recent favourite sustainable brands, 1/Off ⁠⁠⁠⁠Calling them ‘treasures’, 1/Off transforms high-end vintage finds into elevated clothes, proving that upcycling...

#whomademyclothes

by Alan Taylor on

Fashion Revolution have two awareness campaigns that are asking simple questions with very complex answers #whomademyclothes and #whomademyfabric⁠⁠⁠⁠Do you know exactly or even roughly where your clothes were actually made, the factory...

ELV Denim

by Damla Bozoglu on

“My design process has always started from a point of waste”, says the zero waste upcycled brand ELV Denim founder Anna Foster. Founded her brand in 2017, Foster ensures that...

Tabitha Ringwood

by Alan Taylor on

Upcycled and sustainable clothing in the past (and sometimes still now) has always had quite a slapdash half Frankenstein, half hand-me-down aesthetic that can feel cheap and not...

Ahluwalia

by Alan Taylor on

Ahluwalia is one of those contemporary designers looking at new ways of defining sustainability, giving existing textiles and traditional techniques a new life. ⁠⁠⁠⁠It was on a trip...

Sevali

by Alan Taylor on

Sevali in our opinion are one of the brands at the moment that are really elevating the upcycled aesthetic taking it from what at times can often seem slap-dash...

omdo STUDIOS |timeless| - Converse

by Alan Taylor on

So much focus in sustainability today is on the fabrication and carbon footprint of the manufacturing, which we definitely need to talk about but sustainability is also about...

omdo STUDIOS |timeless| - Dickies 874 Trouser

by Alan Taylor on

The Dickies 874 Original Trouser is so engrained in contemporary culture and feels so relevant that it is hard to believe that it was designed almost 55 years...

Louise Lyngh Bjerregaard

by Alan Taylor on

We are all about sustainable circular design and we like to shine a light on designers that are pushing the boundaries in not only how conscious they can...

Ganni X Levis Repeat

by Alan Taylor on

The path to being a fully sustainable brand doesn't happen with one single method or model, you have to utilise every route available to you. One of these...