The exhibition collection was created for Trashion's exhibit at 107 in Redfern, Jan 2022, this exhibit focussed on the negative impacts of the fast fashion industry.
All clothes are made from found (street bounty) and donated materials and are dyed with home made natural dyes.
Photos by Charlotte Mungomery.
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Alice is wearing a top made from a cloth napkin, underpants and shoelaces dyed with turmeric and citric acid.
Pants made from a sheet dyed with rust, black tea, turmeric and citric acid.
A hat made from towels, dyed with black beans, turmeric, baking soda and citric acid.
Shaun is wearing a coat made from a leather couch.
Maria is wearing a top made from a jumper sleeve with denim and wool yarn details.
An men's shirt dyed with black beans.
Pants made from found fabric dyed with black beans.
Conor is wearing a top made from underpants and a cut off sleeve dyed with rust and black tea.
A skirt made from a table cloth dyed with rust and black tea.
Two bags made from chairs.
Alyssa is wearing a top made from a sleeve, dyed with rust on top of a hand knitted jersey top dyed with tea.
Pants made from a sheet dyed with rust and black tea with a wrap skirt from the same material.
Bag made from a placemat and scrap leather.
Mia is wearing a dress made from a linen men's shirt dyed with turmeric and citric acid.
She is wearing a hat made from a couch cushion with a towel flower.
Sammy is wearing a top made from underpants dyed with rust and black tea.
With up-cycled pants stained with rust and tea.
Allie is wearing a lingerie set made from T-shirt sleeves dyed with rust.
A mini cowboy hat made from a suitcase and denim.