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The Art of Upcycling

Breathe new life into outdated clothes.

A woman in a white jacket that is eco-friendly fashion is sitting on a chair in her studio. A woman in a white jacket that is eco-friendly fashion is sitting on a chair in her studio.

The expression ‘nothing lasts forever’ certainly rings true when it comes to current fashion. Trends come and go, and we often find ourselves updating our wardrobe just to keep up with the latest style. But what if there was a way to give our garments some extra mileage? Upcycling has been growing in popularity and even the world of high-end fashion has taken notice of its appeal. With a dash of creativity and ingenuity, we can breathe some new life into that outdated wardrobe.

A young woman is posing with three different styles using her white jacket which is environmentally friendly clothing. A young woman is posing with three different styles using her white jacket which is environmentally friendly clothing.

“Upcycling can be super trendy and fashionable.”

For Fiona, an urban fashionista who has been gaining attention for her creative approach, stitching together new creations using similar fabrics and colours creates a more fluid, blended appeal. “It’s not repurposing old clothes to save the environment,” she says.

Wash quickly. Eco-friendly.

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