The New York-based label is designed with love for all bodies and beings.
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A 1953 essay served as a foundation for Virgil Abloh's latest.
In their work with seaweed shoes, creepy knits and Ugandan bark cloth, these designers are ones to watch.
After years of being written off as too difficult, upcycling gained serious momentum in a season made topsy-turvy by a global pandemic.
The designer used her Spring 2021 presentation to try and go deeper with the language we use to talk about fashion's environmental impact.
Demna Gvasalia made sweatsuits and robes into eveningwear using upcycled techniques.
Kayla Sade Famurewa of Almost On Time may have never been to fashion school, but she's quickly proving herself a name to know.
See how Look 33 — with its Fall 2017 lichen lace and reworked cotton tulle and washed-silk organza — was created.
The practice isn't new, but brands like Jonathan Cohen, Tanya Taylor, and others have gotten more vocal about their efforts to address waste in the fashion industry.
This skirt is cozy, upcycled and original — what's not to love?
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The two linked up to make sustainability look cooler than ever.
The only thing stopping me from flying all the way there is the fact that e-comm exists.
The label's new "Beacons Project" seeks to integrate greater sustainability into the preppy, coastal aesthetic for which it's known.
These labels are giving old fashion items new life.