The collection offers a critical look at excessive consumerist culture that produces vast quantities of clothes that do not always find a buyer, and are shredded by fashion companies at the end of each season. The articles of clothing in the collection are made of second hand clothes that were deconstructed and processed by hand (unpicking, dyeing, knitting, printing) and using industrial techniques (laser cutting) into new textiles. These served for the design of contemporary, colorful, and sporty patterns that emphasize the nature and identity of the original garments – faded colors, frayed threads, missing buttons etc. The shoes were also based on existing slippers that were redesigned and given a second life.
Materials: second hand clothes, cotton, leather, jeans.
Techniques: dyeing, printing, unpicking, knitting, laser cutting and sewing.