The whole of “trashion” is way greater (and classier) than the sum of its discarded parts. The artists behind this fashion movement have ingeniously found a way to turn common debris into wearable clothes and accessories. Trashion designers produce amazing, one-of-a-kind accessories that are certain to show off your eclectic taste as well as your commitment to preserving earth’s natural resources.
Best of all, many of these goods are ready to order on the internet.
Though the movement formally began in 2004, indigenous people have always found ways to re-purpose scraps into jewelry and clothing. Those with a bit of taste and vision have brought it to new heights.