oh yes they did.
from the founders of ohnoudidnt designs, food wrappers are given a second chance to prove themselves worthy.
so cute even recyclofashion cant resist.
image credits: ohnoudidnt
narrated by academy award-winner Jeremy Irons, this “mockumentary” video, hammers home the stark reality of California’s plastic bag pollution situation.
take a moment and digest the video.
published in Vogue UK in 2009, this editorial by Tim Walker and model Malgosia Bela is simply cheap.
we show you how you can look expensive with a dime using household items.
the patchwork is simply ingenious.
mum can now seduce dad in our kitchen. eew.
image credits: modelcouture
is what you get when you put supermodel Mathias Lauridsen, DANSK magazine and hell lot of recycled computer parts together.
just check this out.
and now we know why Mathias Lauridsen happens to be ash’s favourite eye candy.
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at recyclofashion, we support local design not just because it reduces carbon foot print but it often brings us unexpected surprises.
here is something from our friendly neighbour Malaysia, known for their ramly burgers and teh tarik, they present to us with Ultra.
Ultra is a Malaysian eco-fashion label that launched in September 2010, will showcase their fall 2011 collection and bring their designs to an international level at Tranoi during Paris Fashion Week.
thanks to help from the public through their kickstarter and Malaysia’s national trade promotion agency, the made-to-order high fashion label has just met their goal and will take part in the trade show in March in France.
sustainability and style seems to be the way to go for the Ultras. in fact, all materials are sourced in Malaysia and “neighboring regions,” and they keep a close relationship with their suppliers. artisans are also sourced to craft their made-to-order pieces.
image credits: ultra