David Bowie Sweatshirt Designed Using Zero Waste

David Bowie Sweatshirt Designed Using Zero Waste

Handmade in Brooklyn, this Bowie apparel hopes for a more sustainable world

Emma Hutchings
  • 9 february 2016

New York-based clothing designer Daniel Silverstein doesn’t allow any fabric waste in his studio. Pattern-making techniques, appliqués, tiled mosaics and embellishments absorb 100 percent of the textile goods brought in, with factory scraps being transformed into new garments. His ZWD line of fully upcycled clothing recently added a unique David Bowie long sleeve raglan that is unlike any other sweatshirt you can buy.

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