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October 2018

Coming soon, two more Zero Waste Origami Bag Workshops -

Saturday 1st December and Sunday 2nd December 2018.

10.30am to 5.30pm, at Elemental Studio, London Fields E8.

By sustainable designers Aurore Thibout and Laurence Teillet.

Create a Zero Waste Origami Bag made from Vintage furnishing Textiles.

Exploring the concept of Zero Waste pattern cutting, you will reuse hand-picked vintage furnishing textiles to design and make your bespoke Upcycled Bag.

Combining traditional skills with a contemporary vision, you will experiment with the materials and learn new creative possibilities to make an original, one-of-a-kind piece.

More info and booking online.

Copyright ©2018. Zero Waste Origami Bag Designs by Aurore Thibout, Emilie Zanon and Laurence Teillet. All rights reserved.

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September 2018

Zero Waste Workshops - Saturday 22nd & Sunday 23rd September

London Design Festival 2018.

'Thibout and Teillet are giving two workshops in Zero Waste fashion techniques, which are aimed towards those who have an interest in creative upcycling. No prior experience is necessary and all materials are provided. The workshops focus on exploring the concept of Zero Waste pattern cutting, reusing handpicked vintage furnishing textiles to create a bespoke bag and a dress. Thibout and Teillet's programme does not only concentrate on transmitting skills and techniques; they also encourage an awareness in participants of a more ethical and sustainable fashion system, inspired by their own design work'.

By Jessica Edney - Selvedge, The fabric of your life.

More info and booking online.

March 2018

Margiela / Palais Galliera, 1989 -2009

Musée de la Mode de la ville de Paris, from March 3rd to July 15th, 2018.

'This exhibition, the first retrospective in Paris devoted to Belgian fashion designer Martin Margiela, traces the career, from spring-summer 1989 to spring 2009, of a designer who not only questioned the structure of garments but also challenged the structure of the fashion system'.

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1. Halter top made out of vintage gloves, Skirt made of assembled panels of reclaimed pleated skirts.
2. Backless top made out of old used labels, skirt composed of panels of relaimed pleated skirts.
Spring/Summer 2001.
1. Rigid silver electroplated cuffs from vintage shirt.
2. Reworked vintage sunglasses, soft black treatment for the frames, refitted with new shaded lenses.
3. Artisanal dress made from a vintage peticoat. Rigid silver electroplated Jacket collar.
Spring/Summer 2003.
Sculptural Jewellery: Rigid silver electroplated collar from a vintage shirt.
Spring/Summer 2003.
Trench coat recalling the gesture of hanging a coat on one's shoulder made with two vintage trench coats.
Autumn/Winter 2002-2003.
4.  Oversized black dress made of a vintage dress enlarged with chiffon stripes.
5. Oversized red dress made of a vintage dress enlarged with fabric stripes.
Spring/Summer 2000.