The Rialto Jean Project Upcycles Jeans With Paint for Charity

By: Misel Saban - Sep 18, 2014
References: rialtojeanproject & honestlywtf
The Rialto Jean Project is a concept founded by Erin Feniger that upcycles unwanted jeans into beautiful new splattered denim fashions. Each piece in the collection is individual since Feniger dyes them in her own garage in California. The best part is that a portion of the proceeds from each sale of these upcycled denim pieces are given to charity.

Feniger uses popular denim jeans, blouses and jackets from well-known brands like Wranglers and Levi's and upcycles them into colorful fashion pieces by adding a little bit of paint. The denim is covered in sporadic splatters of colored paint that add a unique and original hipster aesthetic to these carefully worn vintage jeans. The funds from each article sold is donated to the Children's Hospital in Los Angeles towards a good cause.