The leftover collection is upcycled out of hand selected leftover materials from 20–100 meters. Each item is part of a very limited collection, as we would never produce new fabrics for our collections, but exclusively work with already existing ones.
What exactly are left-over materials? Also known as deadstock material, there are millions of fabrics that have been ordered and produced for big fashion companies. As they go through the process of creating new fabric for their own collections, they end up not always buying the full amount of fabric they initially ordered at their manufacturers. This fabric will most likely not be bought by another company, since most of the businesses in the industry are used to creating their own new fabric.
We see the potential of the left-overs, furthermore we understand that there is nothing wrong with these fabrics. Why produce more new fabric, if there is already so much deadstock that can be used?! Furthermore, the production of new fabric uses up a lot of resources like water and end up polluting the environment.
In addition, working with left-overs is easier for our company and for our customer too. We spend no time checking the fabrics for imperfections (like for example for the saris) and the client is sure to obtain a flawless product.
We hope that you continue the story of this item with great pride to celebrate the uniqueness and love that has been put into every stitch of this piece of art.