Alice Robinson: Leather Production Under A Regenerative Regional Model
Alice Robinson's leather production processes have been developed in consideration of regional farming networks. But how does this translate to the design of leather garments and accessories? What challenges are there in aiming for a fully traceable and zero-waste practice? Learn step-by-step how Alice created a whole fashion collection from just one animal and how she made sure that no part of the animal went to waste.
In this video you'll learn:
- Step-by-step how Alice processed the leather hides she used in her Bullock 374 collection, a fully traceable leather collection produced for the V&A Museum's exhibition Food: Bigger Than the Plate
- How it is possible to make use of every part of an animal for a fashion collection, ensuring there is nothing wasted
- About Alice's work with Provenance to demonstrate the full traceability of her collection
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