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On our minds: Schmidttakahashi

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by adakallgren on 27 November, 2014

We love Schmidttakahashi's playful but clever way of constructing garments from patchwork.

On our minds is SCHMIDTTAKAHASHI, a Berlin based label that creates upcycled pieces from second hand garments. We love the raw minimalist outcome of their playful but clever way of constructing garments from patchwork, and especially fell for these wide leg denim trousers in different shades of blue. /Ada Källgren


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