EMG Pushes Upcycling Fashion Forward With Salvaged T-Shirts

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Salvaged T-shirts by EMG

Designer and visual artist Alex Noble takes on to pioneer inventive sustainability ‘in the higher end of the creative cultural market’ with his new venture EMG. The sustainable fashion industry and all of us rejoices for such a strong attraction and the result, ‘Salvage T’, is glimmering.

Recognizing the vast value in fashion textile remnants made Noble invite fifteen eccentric London designers to match up and stitch together their leftover fabric into striking one-off tees.

Salvage T by EMG Salvage T, Alex Noble and EMG

EMG -Everything Must Go – works in project cycles to address various humanitarian purposes and raise funds for selected charities and causes. The ‘Salvage T’ is the outcome of Cycle 1 and proceeds are going to TRAID & CHILDHOPE to protect children in Bangladesh from accidents, trafficking and abuse.

Salvaged t-shirt by EMGEMG, Salvaged Tee EMG Initiative, Tote Bag Salvaged Garment

The ‘Salvage T’ Designs include repurposed garments from the fashion houses of Giles Deacon, Zandra Rhodes, Basso & Brooke, Alex Noble, Agi & Sam, Louise Gray, Alex Mattson, Martine Rose, Kit Neale, Richard Sorger, Kitty Joseph, Marcus Lupfer, Omar Kashoura, & Ashley Williams.

via beljacobs.com

++ EMG Initiative

++ Cycle 1 Salvage Tees


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