London-based retailer LN-CC has released the first capsule from its “Late Night — Conscious Campaign” initiative. The project sees LN-CC partner with a range of luxury designers and labels to produce sustainable collections that also highlight issues faced by the wider fashion industry.
For the first release, LN-CC has partnered with Martine Rose for a collection themed around waste. All of the pieces are constructed from deadstock fabrics and off-cuts from Martine Rose’s studio, with a patchwork aesthetic running throughout. Arguably the stand-out item is the patchwork shirt, which comes in two different blue designs.
As well as the shirting, the “Late Night — Conscious Campaign” collection also sees Martine Rose construct tracksuits from upcycled cotton. The tracksuits come in yellow or two different blues, and feature a panelled construction and exposed seams.
Take a look at the “Late Night — Conscious Campaign” collection from Martine Rose above. All of the pieces are available now from the LN-CC web store.
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