Upcycled designs have been on the rise for quite some time, but especially now designers are paying more attention as consumers continue to engage with sustainable products and services. Brands are focusing on minimal-waste designs, using upcycling as a creative alternative. New patched and panelled looks are leading-edge, taking a further step towards freshness.
Patchwork is all about sustainability, and also finding new and creative ways to repurpose textiles. The youthful patchwork comes to the fore through bold color and asymmetrical constructions, bridging creativity and playfulness.
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Images: Ventana; Brock Vintage; Teddy Fresh
Spliced styles are on the rise, offering a new approach to reworking classic styles. The combination of black and white creates a statement feel with little effort, while high-contrast color combos provide an extra impact and a lively twist.
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Images: Marrknull; Staud; Gabriela Hearst