Gant makes use of leftover fabric in new patched up shirts
Preppy gets trippy.
By ERIK SEDIN
September 14, 2020
Gant’s debatably the most prominent preppy brand there is. The brand dates back all the way to 1949 and has produced a countless amount of shirts since then. Now the brand pays homage to their history by upcycling leftover shirts from the design-archives.
The collection is called REMAKE and is Gant’s way to encourage people to see the worth in giving your old clothes a second chance. The shirts, that resemble patchwork quilts, will be sown uniquely, and no two shirts will look alike. The collection will be limited since the leftover fabrics won’t be reproduced.
REMAKE is the sixth stage of the brand’s sustainability initiative 7 Rules.