The Autonomous Collections has just released their brand new collection ‘The Autonomous Blue Prints’.
The Autonomous Blue Prints captures a story of creativity in the culture of music and art. Each print created has its own number and characteristic meaning no garment will ever be the same.
The Brand is pushing the notion of Sustainability in Denim production to the next level. The denim pieces are expressive, artistic and unique. These are all made from factory scraps.
Organic cotton and Bamboo fabrication compliments the recycled Denim to produce a series of shirts, shirt dresses, jumpsuits, trousers and jackets that are unisex in their approach and timeless in their design.
“Our process defines our garments, that’s why each appliqued garment will be numbered and will be different to the next. Offering our customers a bespoke product that has been responsibly produced”
Kim Stevenson – Creative Director/Founder
Stevenson is an example of a designer who is conscious of a customer and conscious of a responsibility to create with an environment in mind, whilst never compromising on the expression of creativity.
‘Kim is the denim Queen’ FLORENTINA, Model at Profile and AMT
‘It’s absolutely incredible what you’re doing with denim! DAVID, Blackhorse Lane Atelier
Fashion for Conservation (FFC) was founded by three women determined to make a positive impact on the world through conservation-inspired couture. Nazanine Afshar (Art Director, British Vogue), Dr. Samantha Zwicker (Wildlife Conservationist, Hoja Nueva) and Ava Holmes (Fashion Week/Event Producer), combined their talents and passions to create fashion campaigns that educate consumers on animals and ecosystems, while donating funds to wildlife groups.
Fashion for Conservation's newest campaign is Elephantasia, the campaign thats raising funds for elephant conservation. Elephantasia premiered at Vancouver Fashion Week F/W16 as covered by the New York Times, Huffington Post and UK Vogue, most recently exhibited atLondon Fashion Week S/S18, and will next season at Paris Fashion Week F/W18. Elephantasia is a three year long campaign supporting conservation along side the African Wildlife Foundation.