It's an innovative way of producing knitwear that is lightweight and stretchy and made virtually without any waste. "We wanted to bring back crafts and trade and the sustainability aspect to the U.S. domestic market," says Danko. "Everything we make is seamless, there's no waste in the...

Releasing soon from Bape are the above Type 2 Damage Denim Pants. The washed denim comes with a distressed upper, complemented with some fabric inserts, including the A Bathing Ape camouflage pattern. Look out for a release in the coming weeks. Related posts: " Bape Damage Denim Pants Spring...

Loomstate debuts its first zero-waste garment developed in collaboration with Parsons The New School for Design. Recent Parsons graduate Andria Crescioni, and Loomstate founders Rogan Gregory and Scott Mackinlay Hahn are this week debuting their first zero-waste garmentdeveloped in...

that strives for a timeless impression, stands behind distinguished, Argentinian craftsmanship, and cares about creating as little waste as possible, Hare + Hart delivers handbags, accessories, and jackets that just... feel good. It was great to get a chance to ask Jennie a few questions...

So who needs water? The manufacturer began offering a denim collection this week that reduces the amount of water used in the finishing by an average of 11 gallons per pair. The company claims a total of 4 million gallons saved for its spring collection now in stores. The denim is still...

. In just a few years, these "zero waste" techniques have become a hot subject for fashion stalwarts and budding designers alike. In fact, Parsons The New School For Design (the refuge of season after season of Project Runway contestants) even offers a course on Fashion Design and...

You are invited to the launch event of Andria Crescioni's zero waste garment, put into production by clothing company Loomstate. In the Spring semester, 2011, faculty Timo Rissanen taught a group of students how to change their design processes using the technique of zero waste pattern...

For example my very first collection, entitled The Square Project, was a study in zero waste pattermaking, while of course using all overstock or sustainable textiles, and to this day I still implement a lot of zero waste in my designs. I also work very closely with artisan weavers and...

" Zero-Waste Fashion is one of a number of sustainable design initiatives in the School of Fashion at Parsons. While this intro to zero waste was a great start, Dexigner says Parsons is looking forward to spring with fashion design students examining ways of extending the life-cycle of a

full semester class which pondered on this idea and experimented on zero waist with the help of Scott Hahn and Rogan from Loomstate . Students created patterns and made garments with minimal waist and tried to utilize all materials as best as they could. Last night marked the opening of the...

 

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