Their surplus fabric collection utilizes the excess fabric from other brands that they are no longer using for the season and they create their own garments with it. Instead of tossing the excess remnants, Reformation will construct dresses, jumpers, or skirt, and these pieces are all brand new, never worn, and save the environment from the destruction of more material being produced.
In their reworked collection they go through vintage and second hand pieces looking for fabric, material, or patterns that are on trend before cutting and recreating them into something stylish and totally new. With this collection there are one-of-a-kind pieces and vintage looks you can’t find anywhere—unless you want to sift through your grandmother’s closet for a few hours and break out the sewing machine.
Their third collection uses eco-friendly materials including Lenzing viscose and Tencel. Created from raw wood materials and a closed loop system, Tencel uses less water to create, is 100% biodegradable, soft, absorbent, and cool.
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