Find of the Week: Trash-Couture

Established in 2002, Trash-Couture’s one-of-a-kind designs are hand colored, sculpted and sewn in Denmark.  Their delicate, yet audacious designs are at once precious and artistic in expression.  True to the concept of couture, Trash-Couture belongs to a world of fantasy and dreams, of aspiration and art, combined with a respect for tradition and craft.  Trash-Couture’s greatest fans and collectors are from the parallel worlds of film and music, where they have achieved cult status, outfitting punk divas and innocent angels alike. (Sass Brown)

Visit EcoFashionTalk to get a full overview of Trash-Couture.  For more information, visit Trash-Couture’s site.

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