Denim is perhaps one of the most well known fabric around the world. From work jeans to casual wear to dresses and to bags, this sturdy low maintenance fabric is around for years and is a favorite of many. If you are not sure what it is made from, its source is the same cotton plant, but it looks different than a cotton cloth because of the way the fiber gets woven. With over 2 billion pairs of jeans produced in a year, there is no shortage of denim scraps and excess textile from the denim factories. Our upcycled denim collection at GoodsAgain tries to do its part by rescuing some of those scraps and gives them a second life by...
Have you seen the new collection 'More Bang' at GoodsAgain? We really meant to call it More Bang for your Buck :-) We made some forecasting mistakes at GoodAgain. In order to free up some storage space, these products are now available at big discounts.
There are several ways you can upcycle things in your everyday life to help reach your zerowaste goals without being very artistic. You also save money in the process by reusing, repurposing existing things and noy buying new ones. Here are some simple, quick, and easy ways you can upcycle products you use in your daily life for a more sustainable living and save Mother Earth.
It is not always a well defined process of designing a product, procuring raw materials, and making it. Here, the raw materials aka discarded materials considered waste come first and then you decide what you can make from those. So what are some top challenges that are unique to upcycling?