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WASTE IS VERSATILE AND HAS A PLACE IN THE FASHION INDUSTRY. TOGETHER, WE CAN PROVE IT.

 

Through creativity, reimagined waste can reshape the fashion landscape. But we can’t make this vision a reality alone. 

The future of the fashion industry and the health of our planet depends on us putting our heads together. Collaborations are an opportunity to create synergy that helps us find solutions, create new niches, and discover things that stretch our imaginations to innovate further. Within a circular economy, the possibilities are endless.

Have an upcoming collection, project, or idea at the intersection of fashion and waste? Get in touch and we'll send over our Collaboration Handbook!

 

Anthropologie


Our collab with Anthropologie for FW21 brought 100% artisan made deadstock knits into the retail experience. This sell-out winter accessory line included mittens, a scarf, a snood, and a beanie. 

 

The Endery at Anthropologie deadstock winter accessories

DEGEN

 

Merging DEGEN's unique aesthetic with deadstock yarn, we created an alpaca wool cardigan for The Endery, and adult and baby lines for DEGEN. 

 

The Endery and DEGEN collab sustainable knitwear for babies and adults

The Knit Edit

 

A custom pattern to use up all the ends was the perfect fit for our Make It Series. The Knit Edit helped elevate the concept to a highly versatile pattern that quickly became a fan favorite.

 The Endery and The Knit Edit collab knitting pattern

 

Pretty Strange Design

 

We love to share the power of embroidery and customization in any way we can. With the help Pretty Strange Design, we were able to share that power through hand embroidered cotton sweaters that make a strong and soft statement.

 

The Endery and Pretty Strange Design custom embroidery sweaters made with deadstock yarn

Daniella Graner & Hey Hunters

 

In 2020, we wanted to bring as much value to our community in the form of an inspiring and informative brand manifesto. The result was a collection of illustrations from Latina illustrator Daniella Graner in partnership with art agency Hey Hunters in Lima, Peru, to address critical questions of the fashion industry and circular approaches to living in a post-Covid world.

 The Endery Manifesto illustrated by Daniella Graner

 

 

WE PARTNER WITH BRANDS AND ARTISTS WHO SHARE OUR CIRCULAR MINDSET.

 

Whether it’s producing your own collection with deadstock materials, using other rescued materials to make textiles, inspiring through DIY projects, educating about product care, or a new sustainable and groundbreaking concept, we’re on board.

We bring extensive experience in manufacturing, design, and deadstock sourcing and an amazing network of artisans to the table. All we need is your idea so we can work together to bring it to life.

Let's revolutionize the fashion industry.