Zero Waste Edit [15results]

Our Zero Waste Edit brings together into one place our products that incorporate fabric remnants. These include clothing, accessories and homeware that combine small and awkward offcuts. As a result, we use all of our fabric remnants to avoid any waste. Our designs are inspired by the traditional Korean patchwork technique called pojagi along with the beautiful work of Piet Mondrian.

Waste not, want not

The way we incorporate our remnant fabric is by making small projects, including: hair scrunchies; toiletry bags; and face cleansing pads. We also use small pieces by sewing them together in a patchwork style to create pieces of fabric that we can then use to create larger items such as jackets and bags. Our tiny fabric offcuts and thread even go towards filling cushion inserts so that nothing goes to waste.

close up of kimono on hanger