London-based designer Mark Liu doesn’t like waste. He has developed a unique cutting technique designed to save 15% of the material used to make garments. Not only does discarded fabric clog our landfills, it represents unrealized profits.
His Zero Waste line proves that eco-sustainability and fashion can happily coexist. Pushing the eco-friendly boundaries leads to innovation and style improvements.
Mark Liu’s Zero Waste garments are delightfully feminine with lovely details that make each piece a work of art in its own right.
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