In collaboration with Purana for Fashion Nation 2018 to encourage sustainable fashion. Thank you Purana.
Threadapeutic was one of the supporting accessory labels in support of (X) S.M.L and Rukuka at Amazon Fashion Week Tokyo. It showed that #closetheloop is possible.
This bag named Adora is exactly what I truly advocate – upcycling. Totally vegan. No animals had to sacrificed in the making of this bag. Fully made from scrap materials. Even the straps was repurposed. Plus, it’s very roomy. A perfect travel bag!
The Lauren is another innovative designer-inspired bag from Threadapeutic. By simply folding it from back to front, the colour changes subtlely. To transform from a sling to clutch, you adjust the straps and voila, it automatically brings you from day wear to evening wear. How not to say no to this beauty? They say #upcycling products are not well made. Nonsense! Even the lining is perfectly made here. Quality is definitely not sacrificed in Threadapeutic products.
“I am a self proclaimed bag fanatic so when I came across bags made by Threadapeutic, I was blown away by the unique design of their bags. Their signature method of hand making their bags was the first I have come across. Each piece is so special as it depends on the cloth they are able to get their hands on. After I came to know how tedious the process of making the bags is, I was even more impressed. It is with such effort and dedication of each artisan that each piece is one of a kind. I am guaranteed that no one else will have the same piece as mine! Threadapeutic bags not only is beautiful to look at, they are also functional. Now I am proud to say I own 5 of their bags and I am looking forward to more beautiful bags to come! Kudos to also making these upcycled bags for a good cause!” 🌿
We first met Ms Iris Lim 3 years ago at one of our Public Garden bazaars in Singapore. Since then she has been one of our avid supporters of slow fashion work. Thank you Iris!
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This upcycling techniques require careful composition, delicate sewing and extensive quality control. Besides using layers of wasted fabric, Threadapeutic also uses yarn waste as decorative textural elements on the fabric. Interestingly, the totality of sustainable production and zero waste commitment is reflected in all elements of their products, from the lining of the bags to the labels that are attached to the packaging – they are all made from wasted materials. Threadapeutic locally sourced their fabrics, donations from designers, seamstresses, tailors, individuals and organizations. Following the motto “imperfection stitched with good intentions”, Threadapeutic promotes the importance of sustainable fashion. ♻️
Quoted from Slow Fashion Lab booklet on alternative green movement in Indonesia by #ikatecut, Goethe Institut.
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To be a part of a journey, a chance to share Threadapeutic’s slow fashion products at Amazon Fashion Week Tokyo 2018. Thank you for having us on board, Rukaka and (X) SML.
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