15×15 Patchwork With Prestige

August 13th, 2009

15+x+15+By+BuskVadum+No.+9 A new concept on a traditional garment, the tunic, by the Danish design house Buskvadum.

The style is from exclusive leftover designer silk fabrics from couture houses throughout the fashion world, all numbered by hand and all being unique, no 2 are identical.

By cutting the silk into squares of 15 x 15 cm, you achieve a fabulous patchwork with styles that come out in very different variations.

“I think this is what people love. Using beautiful fabric leftovers, not wasting anything.  It makes this collection ‘green’
and reflecting time so well.”    Charlotte Vadum, designer

15×15 by Buskvadum

now at http://www.hotmooncollection.com

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4 Responses

  1. jill zignego says:

    i love the concept of using leftover material to make something beautiful – very wabi sabi – the japanese art of finding beauty in the old and used. even though these aren’t used, you get my drift……….
    i also love that hot moon collection is on the cutting edge of finding classy items and marrying them with hip designs – very cool and i’ll keep looking to hot moon for fashion inspiration!
    jill z.

  2. jan says:

    Wearable art! Cool! A patchwork of many colors makes matching shoes, bags, jewelry easy.

  3. domenique says:

    What a gorgeous updated version of hip clothing. And it’s sustainable! Incredible. This is for the MOD girl in me!

  4. Michele Palatas says:

    Love it! Recyclable material…..what a great idea! and silk! My kind of clothing.

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