WASTE IS VERSATILE AND HAS A PLACE IN THE FASHION INDUSTRY. TOGETHER, WE CAN PROVE IT.
PROUD TO HAVE PARTNERED WITH
Lindsay Degen is an award-winning knitter and designer. Our ongoing partnership explores waste yarn for unisex, baby and most recently for knitting tools.
For high-end designer Jonathan Cohen New York, we made his hand-made, hand-embroidered knits entirely from deadstock materials. Whimsical and floral motifs added to his colorful signature flowers.
We collaborated on a custom accessories collection for fashion retailer Anthropologie, which was sold online and in-stores. Inspired by the streets of Lima, this collection combined a number of our best-selling patterns such as leopard print and block stripes.
Soft Haus is a brand founded by Gina Rockenwagner and we worked together on a collaboratively designed parternship of luxury deadstock socks, sharing logos and inverting colors and designs.
Rachel Rutt is an Australian model turned designer who celebrates craft and existing materials. We made two runs of hand-crochet summer bucket hats, and bikinis for her summer collection in deadstock lycra and pima cotton yarns.
Working with artist and illustrator Gentle Thrills, based in LA, we were able to bring her statement dog sweaters to life in 100% deadstock materials — and in different dog sizes.
Music-loving Aussie brand Wah-Wah secure copyright from their musical partners before making sweaters in their honor. For this pima-cotton debut, knits were made celebrating Peruvian punk band Los Saicos.
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.