Topshop once again teams up with remake brand From Somewhere to create a line of 20-odd pieces made from the retailer’s deadstock. What do you think?
On our minds is Topshop’s latest Reclaim collection launching this month. For the fourth non-consecutive season the retailer has teamed up with remake brand From Somewhere fronted by sustainable fashion pioneer Orsola de Castro and created a line of 20-odd pieces made from the retailer’s deadstock. The collection is monochrome at large with slight 70s-nodding silhouettes and patchwork detailing. Though neater than previous seasons’ offering, we feel like the remake approach is taking the easy route down and would love to see a more imaginative and technologically advanced course of action for the seasons to come (in a joint venture with a more exciting brand?). See the collection here.
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