Models show looks from Biji Biji, a Malaysian brand that creates clothing and accessories almost entirely from upcycled materials, and which wants to change the fashion industry. Models show looks from Biji Biji, a Malaysian brand that creates clothing and accessories almost entirely from upcycled materials, and which wants to change the fashion industry.
Models show looks from Biji Biji, a Malaysian brand that creates clothing and accessories almost entirely from upcycled materials, and which wants to change the fashion industry.

Malaysian fashion brand Biji Biji upcycles seat belts and plastic trash into runway collections in the name of sustainability

  • Named after the Malay word for seed, the group began with a broad mission to explore sustainability through upcycling
  • 87 per cent of material used for clothing production ends up being burned or dumped in landfill, according to the Ellen McArthur Foundation

Topic |   Fashion
Models show looks from Biji Biji, a Malaysian brand that creates clothing and accessories almost entirely from upcycled materials, and which wants to change the fashion industry. Models show looks from Biji Biji, a Malaysian brand that creates clothing and accessories almost entirely from upcycled materials, and which wants to change the fashion industry.
Models show looks from Biji Biji, a Malaysian brand that creates clothing and accessories almost entirely from upcycled materials, and which wants to change the fashion industry.
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