Kristin Mallison’s tapestry corsets are a playful, punk take on femininity
The Brooklyn-based designer tells us about turning discarded furniture into viral wearable garments and her latest collection, ‘Le Jardin’.
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The Utah youth upcycling fashion for the future
A crew of young designers in Salt Lake City are building a conscious, DIY fashion community that merges art, thrifting and skate culture.
SEVALI is making upcycled couture out of mattresses and car seats
The French label's larger-than-life designs can be seen on Alexa Demie, BLACKPINK and Rosalía.
The upcycling initiative supporting Brazil's COVID-hit communities
Enlisting a global community of creatives -- including Telfar, Yves Tumor and Vava Dudu -- REIF ACT NON is a demonstration of how fashion can be a force for good.
20 years on, Imitation of Christ rises again
Tara Subkoff, Chloë Sevigny and Milla Jovovich on the art collective slash fashion label’s legacy and how its eco-political ethos is more relevant than ever.
This Kurdish sneakerhead turns old kicks into futuristic outfits
Berlin designer All Amin - aka @haramwithsugar - gives worn-out shoes a sustainable second life.
duran lantink's upcycled designs are changing how we think about sustainability
In a new capsule collection with Browns, the LVMH Prize finalist is changing the definition of deadstock as we know it.
i-D’s new series captures the beauty of upcycling
‘Tear It Up!’ sees young designers transform the old into the new.
the shoe of the summer is an upcycled nike/heel hybrid
Designer Ancuta Sarca gives old sportswear a sexy and sustainable upgrade.
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marine serre’s latest upcycled futurewear is designed for post-apocalyptic survival
Lose yourself in the LVMH-prize winning designer’s imagination-igniting, possibility-pushing world as she elevates long-lost ephemera, finds value in trash and reimagines couture.
marine serre just sent real families down the catwalk
The LVMH-prize winning designer blew the cobwebs off couture, elevated the everyday and continued her quiet, confident upcycling revolution.