When I heard there were two college students making a sustainable denim company, I knew I had to meet them. Morgan and Matt are both students at the University of Deleware. They created this company 2 years ago when they were just 20. Since they started, they have landed retail shops in Philly, created a pop-up shop in NYC and worked with some big name bloggers. Morgan and I wanted to make a collaboration happen, but with both of our use schedules, it took some time to work on ideas together. We finally launched the collection a couple weeks ago, and we love the final product. Check out the photos below to see more of &Again product, and the collab we did!
You can shop these sustainable bags through this website, Andagain website, or Tesoro headquarters and retail shop in West Chester, PA.
The bags all hung up in our West Chester, PA headquarters!
Morgan and Greg were kind enough to lend me there super popular bomber jacket for my Joshua Tree shoot. I got so many compliments on it in LA!
"AndAgain designs and creates inspiring, stand out fashion pieces from vintage, second hand and forgotten denim. Founded in 2016 by Morgan Young and Greg Harder, we seek to bridge the gap between sustainability and fashion.
The contemporary designs recycle denim to cut down on water consumption and new fabric sourcing waste to create a sustainable and eco-friendly garment that is truly special.
All of the designs are created by hand, right outside of Philadelphia.
The fashion industry is inherently unsustainable. Well-intentioned, donated denim is likely to be sent to third world countries and hurt their economies while discarded denim piles up in landfills. AndAgain provides a designer solution that can only be called fashion with exclusive, unique designs that empower consumers with choice individualism.
AndAgain designs are all created in-house and constantly evolving. The designs go from sketchbook to the online store in about a month and utilize rescued deadstock fabrics and donated second hand and vintage denim." - Taken from AndAgains website :)
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