University of the Arts in Philly students Jin Hong, Sebastian Brauer, Ji In Sun, and Jackie Starker have designed a series of "durable, watertight, and wind-resistant garments that are lightweight enough for everyday wear yet easily convertible into tents or sleeping bags that can brave the elements."

University of the Arts in Philly students Jin Hong, Sebastian Brauer, Ji In Sun, and Jackie Starker have designed a series of “durable, watertight, and wind-resistant garments that are lightweight enough for everyday wear yet easily convertible into tents or sleeping bags that can brave the elements.”

Their line of outdoor gear is made from repurposed sleeping bags, workout clothing, and performance jackets, making a big impression at Philadelphia's So Re Fa (Socially Responsible Fashion) eco-fashion show earlier this month.

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