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23-05-2007
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1950's Lady's knit and embroidered Twin sets are transformed as a dress and a top.
These hand embroidered, silk lined, light sweaters of a twin-set in lamb's wool and angora and in shades of whites and creams are unstitched and opened flat to be later assembled on a tailors dummy. The resulting dresses are then reunited with their original cardigan 'twin'.

Dress = 38 hours

Top = 34 hours
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Pre tied bow-ties are transformed as a dress and top.
Bow-ties in dark colour tones and in fabrics ranging from silk, wool, velvet to black satin polyester in black, midnight blue and brown are arranged on a tailor's dummy and hand stitched together as these two garments. An invisible structure in metal ensures that the deep neckline maintains its shape in each case.

Top = 32 hours
Dress = 45 hours
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The belts of vintage leather trench coats are assembled to create a blouson and jean.
These belts of varying leathers and colours are placed together on a tailor's dummy and stitched together to create a straight leg cotton lined trouser. All of the original detailing of the belts has been maintained including some of their original buckles that remain to belt the new garments. The suppleness of trousers is assured by opening the belts so that their original thickness be reduced.

Trousers = 47 hours

Blouson = 47 hours


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Fur collars removed from coats of varying periods are assembled to create a jacket or scarf.
The collars are dissected by hand so that all interfacing and stuffing may be removed. The resulting pieces are created by assembling and hand stitching the collars together, fur side facing the body.

Scarf = 21 hours

Jacket = 35 hours

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Children's party frocks are transformed to create a blouse.
Assembled directly on a tailor's dummy the bodice is created from three separate children's frocks and their tulle slips with one entire dress used to create each sleeve. The collar of each blouse is constructed from the underskirts of a dress with the ribbon belt of the original dress used to tie the cuffs of the new garment.

Blouse = 32 hours

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A motorbike helmet is transformed into a hand-bag.
The interior of this helmet is stripped to its shell and replaced by a leather lining inspired by those of vintage leather luggage. The chin strap of the helmet becomes a handle for the bag which exists in black and bottle green.

Bag = 15 hours

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Discs cut from Men's suits in varying tones of dark colours and fabrics are assembled as waistcoats.
Discs cut from the suit's outer fabric are folded, gathered and flattened and assembled and stitched by hand to create the front panel of the waistcoat's. Its back is constructed of similar discs cut from the suit's lining. These waistcoats are proposed in two colour combinations: dark grey with an anthracite back or evening black with an ecru back.

Waistcoat = 32 hours

Waistcoat = 32 hours

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Cummerbunds are combined to create an evening jacket.
Dark and light coloured cummerbunds are assembled by hand on a tailor's dummy and used to create a cropped evening jacket. The fact that the original state of cummerbunds remains intact ensures that all of their original detail remains visible on the finished garment.

Jacket = 45 hours

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The belts of vintage leather trench coats are assembled to create a jean and a blouson.
These belts of varying leathers and colours are placed together on a tailor's dummy and stitched together to create a straight leg, cotton lined, trouser. All of the original detailing of the belts has been maintained including some of their original buckles that remain to belt the new garments. The suppleness of jacket and trousers is assured by opening the belts so that their original thickness be reduced.

Trousers = 48 hours

Blouson = 38 hours

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Velvet evening waistcoats are reworked as a trouser.
These waistcoats in dark colours ( brown, anthracite and black) are opened and reassembled on a dummy to be sewn up as a trouser. The straight trouser leg is uneven in length. The new trouser features all of the original waistcoat detailing such as pockets, satin piping and buttonholes and buttons.

Trouser = 46 hours

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Men's dress socks are used as the material of a cardigan.
Men's evening socks, found unused as part of a dead stock, in blacks and browns and of varying motifs are assembled directly on a tailor's dummy either right way round or inside out. They are then hand stitched to create a light, tight fitting, formal cardigan.

Cardigan = 39 hours
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Ski gloves are used as the raw material to create a blouson with or without sleeves.
Over dyed in dark colours the gloves are unstitched and laid flat so that all original detailing may remain intact and they may be assembled directly on a black cotton base prepared on a tailor's dummy. Two inserted pockets are added to the front of each blouson.

Jacket = 103 hours

Sleeveless jacket = 52 hours
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I love that discs waist coat in #51 to death

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ooh my i love all of these pieces

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my,my,my.....such dreamy clothese these are...

i LOVE the bow-tie top and dress....and the scarf and jacket made from the fur collars of old coats....beautiful. and then that gorgeous evening blazer made from satin cumberbuns. so much imagination. recycling can have so many endless possibilities. and before it even became an eco alternative,this guy was recycling old army socks into masterful sweaters and dissecting other old finds. he is a true revolutionary.

thanks runner

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I'm absolutely speechless..

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the ski gloves pieces! OMG! Sooooo good!

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great leather pieces!, the pants are great, and i also think the glove jacket is also very interesting, i think that jacket is very wearable

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