MUB collection has been fully manufactured using discarded bed linen sheets sorted by Empty Your Wardrobe in partnerships with several stakeholders such as Beirholm Lagersalg textile company in Denmark, which considered these fabrics as waste and provided it to us to provide them a new value.
Moreover, by cooperating with Kolding Green Streets Saturday Market, Food Reformers, Green Kolding & Bygning – Nicolai, Empty Your Wardrobe succeeded in organizing 3 swap markets and opening a new Swap Spot – a physical dynamic wardrobe for secondhand clothes exchange – in Kolding to serve as a sourcing spots for the MUB Collection.
Before Dahlia Rodríguez manipulated the fabrics to develop the capsule collection, they were previously dyed with natural methods by Marta from Warm and Wild.
The making process was challenging and motivating as each fabric had a size and different falling that required a previous analysis of matching between design and fabric.
By adding value, using our skills and an innovative approach, we have managed to extend the life capacity of these not-anymore-loved-fabrics.
We have created beautiful, luxury and wearable garments.