Ghislaine Vode – founder of the Wenaclassics

Over the past few years Ghislaine has grown into a professional upcycler, next to being a professional in corporate communications. In the jewelry she makes she combines materials she finds, like aluminium…

Shirt #23 | Meet the maker – Janneke Huijnk

End of last summer we have started the #100greenstatements project, which means the next two years we’ll be upcycling 100 t-shirts into a green statement. So every week we are going to be…

Shirt #21 | Meet the maker – Charlotte Duzong

Every week we have a new collaboration, showing you 100 ways to upcycle, repair or rewear a t-shirt. Turning it into a green & sustainable statement. 1 shirt, 100 makers, designers and…

Shirt #19 | Meet the maker – Luna Scalzotto

End of summer 2020 we started something amazing, the #100greenstatements project. The next two years we’ll be making 100 t-shirts a green statement. (Almost 😉 every week we are collaborating with new artists…

Luna Scalzotto – sustainable artist

Luna makes art in a different forms. Most of them are sustainable, like the ceramic products. They’re all secondhand, and upcycled to give a new life. For more info on this, and…

Ready for a new adventure? | upcycling of shirt #18

We are collecting & sharing 100 ideas to give your old shirt a new life! Upcycle or repair to make it ready for a new adventure! This is the #100greenstatements challenge by…

Sophie – embroidery artist at Silent Wave Indigo

Silent Wave Indigo was founded last year during corona by Sophie. A French fashion designer based in Amsterdam with a true passion for denim. She loves finding new ways to work this…

Set your JINN free – make your own| Shirt #17

How to make your old t-shirt into a statement t-shirt? A green statement? Well, we are collecting & sharing 100 ideas to do that! This is the # 100greenstatements challenge by FOR…

Shirt #17 | Meet the maker – Lital Dorchin

1 shirt, 100 makers, designers and artists. Every week we have a new collab, showing you 100 ways to upcycle, repair or rewear a t-shirt. Turning it into a green & sustainable…