Premium denim brand Mother launched its first-ever capsule collection called “60% Mother” handmade in Los Angeles and produced with pre-and post-consumer waste. This 21-piece collection is the first part of the series of upcoming collections featuring reused and recycled materials. The materials for the collection are sourced from local rag houses, some vintage pieces; and deconstructed and reimagined garments made with overstock and damaged fabrics.
Utilitarian-inspired garments are offered in the collection such as asymmetrical dresses and high-waisted shorts which are derived from deadstock trooper pants. For a “utilitarian slant” overstock Mother flare jeans were converted into balloon pants with a drawstring waist and pockets made from vintage army bags. Vintage men’s jeans were reshaped as women’s jackets, and denim scraps and other items were woven into quilts and then transformed into uniquely patterned jumpsuits in a range of blue hues.
The ways fabric has been salvaged and repurposed can be showcased from the emphasis on various shades of patchwork. Along with clothes, a range of accessories is also offered by the line which includes oversized patchwork scarves made from recycled deadstock bandanas as well as oversized totes constructed from vintage money bags and other items.
The collection is available exclusively on Mother’s website and retails for $125-$250. A chord is strict with consumers and brands alike from the upcycled denim garments.
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