Upcycled and Reclaimed Textiles
We view fashion as an opportunity to create mindful art, not disposable waste. Our goal is to create environmentally conscious clothing that meets the needs of the present, without compromising the health of our planet for future generations.

Our small California based team takes pride in owning nearly every step of the creative process! We design, sample, dye, cut, sew, experiment, screen-print, etc. You name it, we probably do it. You can learn more about us and our creative process, here.

The New Denim Project is a third-generation family-owned textile mill based in Guatemala. Their sole purpose is to create natural fabrics by upcycling textile excess. To do this, they collect pre-consumer industrial waste from various textile mills, grind the scraps back into fiber, then respin them to fabricate new yarns and fabrics. Their circular manufacturing process is chemical-free, dye-free and uses minimal water and energy. Wow, right?

We are beyond proud to be using their fabric and think they are a prime example of sustainability at its best!

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Hand Dip-Dyed
Clay Beads
$45 - 75


Undyed Denim
Deadstock Fabric
Sourced in Los Angeles


Navy Silk/Linen
Deadstock Fabric
Limited Fabric
This section of the site features pieces that have been categorized as imperfect, meaning they have a small defect. In an attempt to create as little waste as possible, we’re excited to offer these garments at a significantly reduced rate. Yay for you! 
We can't bare to toss these beautifully dyed bits of fabric in the trash, so we've designed a few products that are sewn almost completely from scraps. Inspired by quilting and patchwork techniques, we slowly piece together each one, into a graphic checker or striped pattern...
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