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Since 2007 back in TLV I work with orphan garments and abandoned fabrics to redesign upcycled clothing that are both practical and imaginative.

Signature details from the source material are incorporated in surprising ways.

A unique take on a hot-weather top, made from one-of-a-kind pieces of vintage reclaimed mid-century natural fiber handkerchiefs. An assemblage of 9 to12 pieces, attached by hanging loops and buttons, to create space for the hands. The ‘square’ shape will fit all your shorts and let the summer breeze through.

Made out of a private collection of over 15 years, this garment comes in a limited edition of 10 items.

*Handkerchiefs (lommetorsklæder In Danish has a literal meaning of pockets towel)

This 50’s vintage dress bought in a flea market in London and remade in Denmark vintage dress needed some ‘air’. So the sleeves and front were cut off and used as pockets, and the buttons ‘found their way’ to the back as a patch.
This top was assembled from three different leftover materials I found in my archive, a private collection of random materials from all times – previous costume designs or donations from an ex-boyfriend grandma’s wardrobe.
This dress is made from cuts of leftover pieces of fabric.
The process started with modeling on a mannequin and afterwards sawn made by hand with different stitching techniques.

Using recovered material from rain jackets, this functional headpiece provides waterproof protection in the form of a functional headpiece, completed with earflaps and adjustable elastic lock-buckle chinstrap. 

Cutting from the original is like remaking a puzzle, and lots of time, love, and care goes into making it. The individual stitches tell the story of the rain jacket’s previous life.
A donation I got some years ago from a friend after her wardrobe cleanup, sparked up my imagination to create this unique garment. 

Made out of used long-leg trainers, the Frogshorts feature patches and pockets added by hand.

This top was assembled from three different leftover materials I found in my archive, a private collection of random materials from all times – previous costume designs or donations from an ex-boyfriend grandma’s wardrobe.

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