Every other Wednesday we add new one-of-a-kind designs to our website! Created in our design studio in Worcester, MA by fashion designer Stevie Leigh Andrascik. Check out the #FreshlyRemixed one-of-a-kind, genderless, upcycled designs just added on REMIXbyStevieLeigh.com: All Over You - Upcycled T-shirt With Denim Patches Bury Me - Upcycled T-shirt With Skull Sleeves
It's official! Sustainable fashion designer Stevie Leigh Andrascik is a published artist! SchoolArts magazine by Davis Publications was founded in 1901 and is dedicated to provided superior art curriculum, engaging studio lessons, and valuable advocacy and classroom resources. The team at SchoolArts featured Stevie Leigh in their February 2021 issue in their 'Contemporary Art in Context' section. The article goes through Stevie Leigh's process in creating her wearable art designs from discarded material as well as featured her bio and a great interview! Read the interview HERE Find all the products featured in the article at REMIXbyStevieLeigh.com
Every other Wednesday we add new one-of-a-kind designs to our website! Created in our design studio in Worcester, MA by fashion designer Stevie Leigh Andrascik. Check out the #FreshlyRemixed one-of-a-kind, genderless, upcycled designs just added on REMIXbyStevieLeigh.com: Misery Business - Upcycled Denim Moto Jacket Thank you for supporting our small, woman owned business!
Watch this behind the seams at sustainable fashion designer Stevie Leigh Andrascik as she creates Sketchhead - Upcycled denim jacket with safety pin sleeves and patches. All #REMIXbyStevieLeigh garments are one-of-a-kind and handmande by Stevie Leigh from upcycled materials. This jacket is composed of black upcycled denim scraps, repurposed safety pins and freehand embroidered punk patches. Check it out: This jacket is available for purchase on REMIXbyStevieLeigh.com. Click here to purchase. Be sure to sign up for our email list to be notified when we release new one-of-a-kind garments! Click here to sign up for our email list.
Clothing prices can be all over the place. What’s the difference between a $50 denim jacket and a $300 denim jacket? They’re both just denim fabric sewn together, right? Not exactly. Although in basic terms, yes this statement is true, a denim jacket is denim fabric sewn together. However, in reality a simple denim jacket is so much more than that. Who’s paying? The probable main difference between a $50 denim jacket and a $300 jacket is labor and who is really getting paid. Being as brief as possible, making a denim jacket involves the following steps: Growing and picking cotton Processing cotton fiber in yarn then weaving and dyeing the fabric Designing the jacket Creating a paper...