ThredUp and Zero Waste Daniel's New Line Is Made Entirely From Used Clothing

ReFashion was created in response to increased interest in sustainability

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Tapping into an increased interest in sustainable practices, fashion resale platform ThredUp and Brooklyn-based clothing designer Zero Waste Daniel have launched a collection made entirely from secondhand garments and fabrics.

The ReFashion collection takes the more than 100,000 secondhand clothing items sent to ThredUp each day and transforms them into clothing for resale with the help of Daniel Silverstein, the designer behind Zero Waste Daniel. The collection is made up of 200 secondhand pieces ranging from $14 to $50, all hand-sewn by Silverstein, with a focus on comfy, fashionable styles.

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