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Sustainable Designers Upcycle Old Textiles into One-of-a-Kind Pieces

December 14, 2020

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Three young designers are upcycling old textiles to transform them into new, innovative designs.

Cierra Boyd, based in Ohio, never studied fashion. She realized her love for fashion when an outfit she ordered for her 21st birthday didn’t arrive in time and she decided to make her own dress.  

Graci Pepworth, based in Bristol, UK, has an obsession for unconventional fashion and often reworks textiles into jackets or tops.

All Amins, based in Berlin, Germany, passion for design started by regaining her self-confidence through style and healing past traumas. She began experimenting with her own creativity after fashion school. 

Upcycling gives a new life to old clothes and accessories while creating a circular economy.

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