MPHVS ONE | OFF Collection
Over the past few years, clothing has been treated more and more like a disposable product. The production of clothing is aimed for increasing numbers and production to decrease prices.
The Post-Couture Collective offers an alternative to today’s clothing production system. The clothes are designed accoding to the open-source principle and is made using 21st-century technology. The Post-Couture Collective is the first fashion label that truly embraces the Maker Movement and the Third Industrial Revolution
The first collection, MPHVS ONE | OFF, consists of six pieces of clothing designed by mphvs. They are specifically developed to be produced on a lasercutter and assembled by the end user. The minimalistic and slightly futuristic designs are cut from Spacer fabric. This high-tech material is made from recycled PET-bottles and can be recycled again.
You receive the garments as made-to-measure construction kits, or you can go to your local Makerspace after downloading the digital design to cut them. For a price between € 40 (DIY) and € 130 (semi-DIY) you’ll be wearing the fashion of the future.
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