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Fashion Revolution: Minimizing Waste in the Fashion Industry

Fashion Revolution: Minimizing Waste in the Fashion Industry

Excess fabric going to waste during clothing production is probably not something you think of when shopping. I certainly never did until working in the fashion industry. Being that it's #FashionRevolution week, it seemed like a good time to share this process.  How is fashion fabric waste created? When clothing is mass produced, stacks of fabric are laid out on long tables and the patterns are placed,... View more
How to Shop Eco-Friendly and on a Budget

How to Shop Eco-Friendly and on a Budget

-        When you find yourself in need of a new outfit, whether it be for the workplace or a casual night with friends, thrifting is an excellent way to save a buck and be eco-conscious. With a few higher-end, quality accessories to work around, you can create a well rounded wardrobe with your thrifty finds, and once you know... View more
5 Reasons to Love Headbands

5 Reasons to Love Headbands

- - 1. Great way to add some interest to an otherwise boring outfit.  - - 2. Keeps your hair at bay, allowing you to look fresh while exercising.  - - 3. Easy way to mix patterns and colors in an outfit without it being overwhelming.  - - 4. They're fashionable and functional year around. - - 5. They allow you... View more
How the blog began...

How the blog began...

Thanks to Factory 45 for encouraging me to do this!!  - - Gathering the pics and vids... - I've been resistant to this part of the process, blogging isn't my jam... But being a boss means sometimes you gotta suck it up and JUST DO IT!!  - So here we are!! Getting the content loaded are ready to share!! -... View more
Intro: 5 Things You Didn't Know About Regenerous Designs

Intro: 5 Things You Didn't Know About Regenerous Designs

1. Hi I'm Alyssa Bird, I design and create Regenerous Designs accessories. My childhood hobby of collecting junk, turning it into art and selling it in my front yard has now turned into a real business.  - 2. I don't make art from junk anymore, but I do use fabric waste from the Los Angeles Fashion District. I save it... View more