Tommy Hilfiger continues its sustainability mission with the latest Tommy Jeans 2020 collection.
To reduce the waste of fabrics, most of the TOMMY JEANS collection has been designed using 100% recycled denim garments, made with an innovative technique that mixes cotton waste from the clothing industries and bed linen of the hotel industry, sewn with yarn made from recycled PET plastic bottles.
Tommy Hilfiger in collaboration with nss in celebration of the new gen of creatives.
The project in collaboration with 4 Italian design universities, involves students from all over Italy who will have the opportunity to explore beyond the borders of denim and find unique solutions to turn old denim into new creations.
FROM AN OLD DENIM TO A COLOURFUL AND USEFUL CELL PHONE HOLDER IN 4 SIMPLE STEPS.
ALBERTO AND JOELLE SHOW YOU HOW TO DO IT IN THIS VIDEO.
APJP is a customization project created by Alberto Panocchi and Joelle Pomioli in 2019.
The project has grown to establish itself in Milan and beyond. The garments, customized with various washing and painting techniques are worn by many influencers, artists and musicians.
TURN YOUR OLD DENIM INTO A DENIM BUCKET, CUSTOMIZING IT WITH THE SASHIKO TECHNIQUE.
VGOGHI AND FORMY SHOW YOU HOW TO MAKE IT IN THIS VIDEO.
Greg is a young fashion designer and fabric researcher, specializing in different techniques of texturization and ripple on clothes. Domenico Formichetti started his career in the fashion world by finding his brand Fomo. Fomo has collaborated to create a collection of sneakers entitled Hot Stuff, since then the idea to create his own brand Formy Studio, which is a brand known globally in the streetwear market.