Month: June 2011

bottled up

Tonya O’Hara’s PET:cell is an extremely refreshing range of jewellery made from recycled PET plastic bottles. they consist of a strong collection of finger adornments made complete with earrings and bracelets. the translucent material and delicate colours make the collection look clean, fragile, and polished. the shapes and form that bring to mind living organisms […]

human design

Vivienne Westwood has once again partnered with the ITC (International Trade Centre) for their Ethical Fashion Programme. the new autumn/winter collection is available on facebook. read more about it here. “it’s quite incredible to think that we might save the world through fashion”

green issues sharing night

Food#03 is back for the second round of Youtube Sharing Night, whereby a few individuals/groups present youtube videos within 10 minutes– style. The theme this time is “Green Issues” as this session in held in conjunction with Food #03’s Earth Bar. AND RECYCLOFASHION IS PROUD TO BE ONE OF THE PRESENTERS! so if you want […]


in this final post of the 3 part series greenwears, we’ll put the limelight on our asian counterpart, South Korea. from kimchi to their tear jerking drama series, South Korean is now the new hub for everything popular in modern culture. indeed, this South Korean artist Yeonju Sung has definitely taken my breath away with […]

wisely spent.

June 5th marks the annual world environment day. its going to be same old story whereby people will advise you how to save water, electricity, paper, blah blah blah. but recyclofashion has taken this to a whole new perspective. we want you to spend, but spend wisely. and we are going to teach you how […]


wood. a very common material used in fashion accessories like earrings, necklace or brooches. and also a very common material found in landfills. but using wood as a tie? this is definitely something new and refreshing. based in San Francisco, Wood Thumb is a company that specializes in making these beautiful wooden ties. the handcrafted […]


it has almost become a perspective so stagnant that when people think about making wearable art using natural materials (think leaves, stems and flowers), they think its going to look costumey and a little tad crazy. but i am going to break this stale perspective by initiating this 3 part series on greenwears and show […]