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“ She was waiting for her life to begin again. She had tried to fix everything. She was waiting for the glue to dry. ”
I’m very, very sorry for the terrible distress that I have caused. I’m very, very sorry.
With her latest book “ReFashioned: Cutting-Edge Clothing From Upcycled Materials,” author and fashion expert Sass Brown has demonstrated two basic things.
First: Sustainability is not a mere communication phenomenon, but a solid reality that is shaping creativity and manufacturing. Sustainability applied to fashion is no longer avant-garde; it’s a mature mass phenomenon, appreciated and shared by a large portion of the style enthusiasts.
Second: Upcycled and recycled garments are becoming a necessity today, not only for their ethical correctness, but because it’s something recognizable for people to select and recover. This isn’t just nostalgia, but a drive towards the future: The post-modernist idea of the “endless new” is no more and Brown’s book shows the future of sustainable fashion—ethical and experimental, without losing its focus on aesthetics. She spoke with CH about the ever-evolving world of fashion, and upcycling’s role within it.