Monsoon x Making for Change launch denim, knitwear collab 

The result is a capsule collection of eight hand-embroidered denim and knitwear pieces and becomes part of Monsoon’s “commitment to free-spirited sustainability”คำพูดจาก สล็อตเว็บตรง. The project is also part of a long-term partnership forged with the London College of Fashion UAL. The collection which has used “absolutely zero new materials”คำพูดจาก สล็อตเว็บตรง. Includes ponchos, jeans, dress, and dungarees, all surplus stock from previous seasons “reinvented with intricate embroidery techniques (using thread off-cuts) designed specifically for each garment”. 

Making for Change and FabricWorks, both social initiatives, are based in Poplar and Limehouse, in east London. And eight women across these two projects worked on pieces from the collection together, and collaborated with the Monsoon design team, to create the unique designs, working on each garment by hand. “We are proud to be the first major retailer to partner with Making for Change and Stitches in Time,” said Caroline Jackson, Monsoon’s Design Director. “As a business, we want to create solutions rather than problems, and to inspire the next generation of designers that we can do more with less. “This collection is made up of one-off limited-edition pieces which we expect to sell out quickly as the Monsoon woman not only loves this level of fun and femininity but also likes to make thoughtful choices when it comes to fashion.” 

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