The North Face Kicks Off REMADE Program With Rebuilt Nuptse Jackets
Dropping 50 unique pieces.
The North Face has just announced the renewal of its REMADE program with a new collection of upcycled pieces. Picking up where its 2018 pilot program Renewed left off, where the outdoor apparel company explored a capsule of outerwear made of refurbished clothing, REMADE looks to expand on the idea with repair workshops and its Renewed Design Residency.
According to the Environmental Protection Agency, every year, 85 percent of textiles produced go to landfills including clothing, shoes, and gear, and TNF is looking to address this with revived clothing that not only fits in its circular model but to also create one-of-a-kind pieces in the process.
Launched on December 10, a limited of supply (50 pieces) of REMADE Nuptse jackets and cardigans were made available in the price range of $160 – $350 USD. Those interested in picking up a unique offering from The North Face can shop the REMADE collection now.
In other fashion news, Beyond Retro and Weekday team up to offer second-hand vintage and archival pieces.