Eco-conscious Malaysian brands are turning leftovers into fashionable treasure


Upcycling allows for consumers to "rescue" waste, which are transformed into statement fashion items. Photo: Fugeelah

One person's trash is another's treasure. So goes the idiom. It is also a welcome fact, looking at the popular trend of upcycling.

This is gaining ground in Malaysia, whereby numerous brands have released fashion collections derived from discarded leftovers.

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