Fanfare's recycled collection takes a product that would have been deemed wastage and repairs, re-purposes and re-designs them into new pieces. These pieces have all been made and re-designed from clothing that was wastage and would have gone to landfill, giving them a second life.
These one-off pieces are special and unique to each individual. These beautiful pieces are handcrafted.
- By upcycling and re-designing these jeans we are preventing helping to combat the 2 million tonnes of textile waste that is sent to landfill each year in the UK
- Relaxed fit
Alice Dansey-Wright is an artist and designer based in Glasgow, Scotland. Her work focuses on painting and drawing but she also applies her work to textiles, working intuitively and using a collection of simple, striking motifs that she has developed over a number of years. She has been working on collaborative fashion collections since 2017.
Info for garments
The garments have been hand-painted by Alice using textile paint which is heat-set to make it washable. Garments painted with black paint will fade slightly over a long time period. Each design is unique and we recommend the following care instructions to keep your designs fresh for as long as possible:
Air them or dry clean only.
Fanfare Label is a new breed of fashion house. They combine timeless style with contemporary circular sustainability. Their handmade designs encourage you to slow down and enjoy the highest quality craftmanship, full of personality. With circularity, longevity & recycling at its core, Fanfare Label offers customers timeless, seasonless pieces that are made to be cherished.
Ethics & sustainability are the pillars of the business. Fanfare Label pieces are made in ethical factories from organic & recycled materials. Even down to every thread, fibre & trim sustainability is considered, sustainability is a journey, and the brand is always looking for ways to improve. When you buy one of their considered pieces, you are part of the Fanfare family & are joining them to work on a solution.