Luvmother’s Zero Waste initiative is turning fabric waste from the fashion industry into one-of-a-kind, handmade textiles.
The brand is proud to be able to match unwanted material with expert artisans to give it new life and purpose. In doing so, luvmother is stretching their creative muscles and collaborating across industries to develop collections that look as good as they feel to buy.
While this project began as a joint effort between luvmother and Made In The USA textile studio Oliver Yaphe, the concept is ultimately bigger than any one person or brand. Luvmother hopes their ideas spark other ideas — a chain reaction of common goodness, consciousness and creativity.
Join The Broader Conversation At ORWM 2018
with luvmother Co-Founder Kevin Peacock and Oliver Yaphe
Friday, January 26 | 4:00 – 6:00 p.m.
Refreshments and Light Fare Provided
“Our long term goal would be to start or join a group already working on these goals and programs. Together we can waste less time learning and share what we know or could do better. We hope we can get the word out and meet you!” — Kevin Peacock, Co-Founder, luvmother
“There are ways to minimize and manage our impact, which is what we’ve tapped into. It feels great to be able to take unused remnants and turn them into something beautiful and desirable to buyers. Luvmother goes to great lengths to source the most gorgeous Merino wool fabric and to be a truly conscious manufacturer. When you start with amazing materials and an authentic desire to do good in the world, we know that we can produce pieces that will be special and meaningful and have purpose beyond our initial idea.” — Katherine Yaphe, Founder, Oliver Yaphe
Photos courtesy luvmother