Find of the Week: Mona Luison

Mona Luison works entirely from found and donated materials. The diversity of textiles, ephemera and found objects defy categorization. Her body accessory art speaks about the body through the manner her work is worn, the story of which is integral to her work; wearable history, our own and that of others. (Sass Brown)

Visit EcoFashionTalk to get a full overview of Mona Luison.

For more information, visit France-based recycle designer Mona Luison’s site.

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