Find of the Week: Mei Hui Liu

Mei Hui Liu, the founder of Victim Fashion Street, has a street rebels eye for recycled materials.  Her naïve, punk approach to recycled fashion is her signature style, with a ten-year heritage.  Combining vintage fabrics from multiple different eras, Liu carefully crafts scraps and shreds of antique lace, Great British flags, and seemingly haphazard haberdashery into her creative patch-worked designs.  (Sass Brown)

Visit EcoFashionTalk to get a full overview of Mei Hui Lui.  For more information, visit Mei Hui Lui’s site.

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