Trends aside, there’s something about vintage garments that we just can’t get enough of; not only is the idea of bringing new life to timeless pieces enticing – but it also helps to be steering away from the world of cheap labour and the unethical materials that tend to consume the industry. With this in mind, we are ever grateful to brands like Dhaga London:
With expertise in sourcing vintage clothing and accessories from around the world, Dhaga not only recycle clothes, but they also rework and refine them – giving us that pastiche, postmodern feel that marks the streets of London. As the brand itself puts forward: “Dhaga transcends eras and trends in music, art and fashion to present handpicked clothing and luxury products in a creative space. Our search for unique pieces extends beyond the bracket of fashion, as we weave a narrative inspired by elements of the surrounding culture”
In exploring the modernism of the 21st century and its effortless minimalism, Dhaga is creating innovative styles which are not short in dynamism (check the images, here, for yourself). And just as the history of each piece is as essential as its aesthetics (the craftsmanship of each designer is meticulously considered) it’s comes as a bonus that no two garments are the same;extra points for exclusivity, if you will.