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Painted denim with a purpose

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by adakallgren on 1 June, 2015

The 90s influenced unisex street style collection is made from reworked second hand garments.

On our minds is Alex Noble’s lastest waste textile work for TRAID, Rights of Massive. The 90s influenced unisex street style collection
is made from reworked second hand garments with elements of hand-painted and bleached fabrics. Apart from saving textiles that would otherwise go to waste, the collection works to give back to Bangladeshi garment workers with profits going towards securing birth
certificates for their children, enabling them to become recognized as citizens, receive medical treatment and enroll in school. We love the
bespoke treated denim in the collection and especially these paint splashed boyfriend jeans. See the full line here.


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