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Old new thing: 5 upcycler designers to follow
Old new thing: 5 upcycler designers to follow
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Buying new clothes is harmful to nature. It takes a long time to search in second-hand shops. Wearing old is boring. We cross out all this and embark on a new path - the path of upcycling! Upcycle design today is the most modern, unusual and environmentally friendly solution. We have collected for you 5 really daring and fashionable designers who alter old things in a new way.

@_christopherreid

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Unreal handmade corsets, at the sight of which you want to lie on the floor and throw a tantrum on someone who can quickly and painlessly deliver them to your hands. Edinburgh College of Art graduate Christopher Reid sews gender-neutral and sustainative corsets in brocade, jeans and velor. Without waiting for the teachers to appreciate his work according to merit, he successfully sells his work through his Instagram account. You can write in a personal message and order a personal corset - if you're lucky, the young talent will answer you with consent and ask for measurements.

@nicolemclaughlin

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Slippers with cream baskets, a fan bra, waterproof boots with a spare ball of thread - these wardrobe items look absurd only at first glance. Although the second too. However, there is nothing absurd in the fact that things made in the workshop of Nicole McLaughlin are in demand. Dazed, Highsnobity, GOAT, British Vogue and many others have written about them. This is because Nicole knows that fashion and humor are inseparable - just like fashion and art in the 30s. “I play with people's imaginations of household items and what they are capable of. My products make fun of the fashion and the seriousness of the industry,”she shared in an interview with Vogue.

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Kim Kardashian and other stars who turned from best friends into sworn enemies

Who would have known about Kim Kardashian now, if at one time Paris Hilton had not introduced her to the right people! And Kim admits it. “She helped me start my career. I totally admit it! I understand that few would like to say: "I became famous thanks to Paris." But it's true,”said Kim. Kardashian and Hilton have been close friends for a long time, but at one point they stopped communicating. What is the reason is still unknown. The girls are trying to renew their relationship, but so far nothing has worked out for them.

@ lois1xblue

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Even without the savings for the Skims collection, you can look like Kim Kardashian by equipping yourself with a football scarf and skillful pens. Or order an outfit from Lois Sanders, who founded her brand just before the global lockdown in February 2020. Yes, that's right, she creates her collections from old football scarves: shorts, tops, and swimwear. You can order on her website - it is important to remember that the product is piece and there are not so many sizes.

@ruacarlota

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Our favorite and favorite of many bloggers is designer Charlotte Rose Kirham from London. She was featured in Vogue, L’Officiel, PopSugar, Dazed and many other publications. Everyone is amazed by the bright colors and the original composition of scraps of unclaimed fabric. The result is incredible patchwork clothing sets that you want to wear both in summer and in the coming fall. It is very difficult to buy her clothes - you need to track the receipts on her Instagram page and instantly catch the goods, because there is a queue for them. Sizing is also difficult - if you want to get 100% into your parameters, it is better to make an individual order. Oh, yes, you won't be able to repeat some thing either - everything is piece and unique. What Charlotte has at her disposal, she will use to create things.

@ almost.on.time

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More corsets? Well, I would say right away! Kayla Sade creates them from old sportswear. The result is a self-made, inconsistent collaboration that would hardly have been born if giant brands really took part in it.You can buy this only if you enable notifications for publications in this account, otherwise you will miss the item and it will never appear on sale again.

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