RCR Khomenko's no-waste collections are sourced from second hand fabrics in Ukraine.

On our minds is RCR Khomenko, a Ukrainian brand with a ‘no waste’ attitude. Kiev-based designer Yasia Khomenko founded her brand in 2010 and has since stayed true to a fundamentally ecological approach where she visits vintage and second hand shops every week to source fabrics for her designs. As second-hand garments are increasingly embraced as a fashion statement in the West, Khomenko means that in Ukraine, its popularity is a result of the economic downturn. Read more about the brand and their upcoming Ukrainian designer peers here.

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