Find of the Week: Lu Flux

Lu Flux is a delightfully playful and eccentric women’s wear collection based on British eccentricity, and a love of traditional techniques combined with modern design.  Working predominately with salvaged and vintage materials from textile recycling plants, as much for access to the quirky undervalued fabrics they favor, as for the sustainable benefit, Lu Flux also utilize British made, end of line materials that would otherwise go to waste. (Sass Brown)

Visit EcoFashionTalk to get a full overview of Lu Flux.  For more information, visit Lu Flux’s site.

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