Young Filipina fashion designer promotes upcycling through own clothing line

Young Filipina fashion designer promotes upcycling through own clothing line

As the pandemic rages on, an inspiring Filipina wishes to go away a mark on

As the pandemic rages on, an inspiring Filipina wishes to go away a mark on the style industry by her upcycled vogue line, with hopes to impact the public to veer away from rapid fashion.

Born and raised in San Pedro, Laguna, Alyanna Ferrer’s authentic curiosity contributed to her strategy to having inspiration from the mundane and honoring time-aged classics. And so, immediately after acquiring her bachelor’s degree in Fashion Design and Merchandising at De La Salle-School of Saint Benilde, she proven her eponymous style brand, Alyanna Ferrer.

Young Filipina fashion designer promotes upcycling through own clothing line
Alyanna Ferrer lounging at her garage which doubles as her artistic place. (Inset) The Remake backstage with Celine Reyes (proper) and Thian Dinglasan sporting The Remake piece No. 03 (chore jacket designed from aged car seat covers)

She just lately introduced The Remake Collection, which explored the evolution and recollection as the DNA of unwanted elements ended up preserved as they were reborn into unique clothes.

Alyanna Ferrer sources all of its resources from Humble Sustainability, a neighborhood that collects and distributes supplies from households and companies for reuse and recycling, all for round dwelling.

These aged school uniforms, worn-out denims, discarded upholstery covers, and linen sheets, all now get the sort of resurrected, stylish, relaxed, and environmentally-accountable clothes, all with a new lease on lifetime.

“The financial and consecutive environmental catastrophes proved to us that we absence accountability. Prior to the pandemic, it is currently acknowledged that the human and environmental fees have grown dramatically mainly because of fast fashion’s unethical tactics – affordable labor, squander accumulation, exploitation,” she mentioned.

“As a brand name, we are fully commited to taking part in rewiring the field by creating a far more accountable line in collaboration with our community artisans,” she extra.

A former selection, The Reissue, likewise talked about “a motion in direction of breaking the ‘take-make-dispose’ fashion cycle, educating individuals the self-discipline of utilizing outfits and other resources.”

“This pandemic gave us a ton of realizations – from valuing daily life to maximizing the digital platforms for wellness, livelihood, training, and a lot more. One particular of the finest lessons I uncovered for the duration of this time is to have a heart of flesh. We need to have to prolong our kindness and challenge ourselves to grow to be a vessel of hope,” she shared.

Hunting to the potential, Alyanna Ferrer aims to extend her network as she gears up for an e-commerce partnership later in the year.