Sean Barron and Jamie Mazur founded Re/Done in 2014 with the aim of revitalising vintage pieces for a modern audience, to promote sustainability and circular fashion. The increasing realisation that fashion and sustainability must begin to merge drew the co-founders to pursue deadstock and vintage clothing which could be given a new lease of life. With this, Re/Done was created, beginning with a collection of upcycled vintage Levi’s. Since then, the brand has expanded and now creates their own collections which continue to honour the principles of environmental consciousness through the use of water conserving methods and no harsh chemicals. 

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Taking inspiration from vintage styles and fits, Re/Done produces their own denim for women. These collections offer wide ranges of cuts and washes, from straight leg to loose-fit to slim-fit in various blues as well as white and black. High waisted shorts have a distinctive retro feel, and raw hems and rips throughout collections add a coveted lived-in appeal. 

Aside from denim, Re/Done also produces ready-to-wear, shoes and accessories. Staple everyday t-shirts and bold graphic tees are met with essential knitwear such as fitted turtlenecks and thermal tops. Chunky, colourful cardigans are inspired by the ‘90’s and upcycled sweaters have a distinctive ‘80’s appeal. From the brand’s own denim to reworked jumpers, Re/Done has an effortlessly cool aesthetic, combining styles from decades gone by with modern tastes to produce timeless and sustainable fashion. 

Found online through the Re/Done website, Re/Done collections can also be accessed via Selfridges, Farfetch and Harrods.