The trend of recovery

A global credit crunch requires us to cut waste or quite simply to respect nature, nowadays fashion is produced differently. No matter whether an international designer or a young emerging brand, every designer is competing for creative ways of conceiving an ethical and responsible line of fashion.
If proof were needed that everyone is now committed to saving the environment, after a year of restorations at the Crillon hotel, located at place de la concorde in Paris, they have decided to recycle the tarpaulin which covered the scaffolding in order to make an exclusive line of luggage accessories.
The brand Bottletop, got on this trend by creating a line of accessories made exclusively from bottle tops. Recapturing the spirit of Paco Rabanne from the 70's, the success is growing and attracting fans, such as Jessica Alba, Kate Moss and Rachel Weisz.

Jean Paul Gaultier : This skirt is made from 6 recovered biker jackets, which have been slightly renewed and compressed, with two emerging sleeves. Also there are several different sleeves that intertwine on this skirt which remain in their original state, so with studs and different details.

Music-artist : Likke Li/ album : Wounded Rhymes / title : I Follow Rivers / ref : Atlantic Records

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