At Gabriela Hearst's fall 2020 runway show, the theme was "repurpose with purpose." From the clothes itself (recycled cashmere were re-printed with animal prints and in solid colors for the outerwear) to the show space (shredded paper bales served as makeshift walls and decor), the designer attempted to adopt a non-wasteful mindset for next season. The fall lineup included hand-knitted dresses (done by Manos Del Uruguay, the non-profit cooperative of female artisans, and Magdalena Koluch, a local knitter), hand-painted leather coats, and remnants of Turkish rugs pieced together as outerwear. Post show, guests left with notebooks made from repurposed paper and sleep masks created with leftover cashmere from the mens/women's collections. Check out the entire fall 2020 collection, ahead.
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