Madewell has long been one of our favorite denim shops. Not only does it have great fits and styles, but the company also has been a proponent of eco-friendly and humanitarian practices, recycling donated jeans to create housing insulation for Habitat For Humanity. Well the brand is doing a new collab with The Denim Project to reduce waste and create super cute products for you to wear and decorate your home.
The brand new capsule collection includes tons of patchwork and '70s-inspired pieces all made from discarded textiles from mills. Based in Guatamala, The Denim Project creates upcycled fabrics and even transforms its manufacturing waste into compost for local coffee beans. If you weren't already a fan of its eco-friendly practices, the designs are pretty cute too.
From fun throw pillows to pretty patchwork tops and dresses, this line both looks good and does good. Head to Madewell to learn more about this exclusive collaboration.