Saturday, 18 August 2018 13:11

Rose Connor

A recent fashion design graduate from the University of Central Lancashire, Rose Connor's collection focusses on the beauty and importance of up-cycling and minimizing waste within the fashion industry. Rose demonstrates this by taking a common household item, the 'shower scrunchie' and changes the structural property with intense heat, in order to make a new sustainable fabric.

Published in Designers
Wednesday, 01 August 2018 08:21

13 Magpies Design Studio

Graduating in 2017 from the University of Lincoln 13 Magpies Design Studio aims to create a more sustainable future for fashion practice. Striving to nurture and create a meaningful lifecycle for ethically produced clothing. As Brand 13 Magpies confronts the ethical and ecological issues of Post- Festival waste. Salvaged tents and other discarded items have been re-imagined as a range of unique and desirable apparel for festival goers.

Published in Designers
Thursday, 21 September 2017 09:31

13 magpies Design Studio SS18

Joanna Mitroi Photography

Published in Fashion Week
Tuesday, 31 January 2017 11:58

Giebultowski

Fashion jewellery designer with over 25 years of experience with PR and journalism background. Originally from Poland, now lives in London.

'Giebultowski' jewellery is made of countless ever moving pieces as well as unusually oversized and over decorated and full of striking contrasts of colours, shapes and textures. No other jewellery is also decorated with wire spikes.

'AlmostWhite' marks a departure from organic shapes and inspirations towards geometry and architecture. Large size pieces are colourless and made of hundreds of repeatable elements cut out of plastic milk bottles. Over twelve hundred plastic bottles were used to make this collection. Most of other components are also recycled from previous works.

www.etsy.com

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The clothing industry is the second largest polluter in the world, second only to oil.

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