Upcycling and recycling clothing have become popular ways to revamp your wardrobe and breathe new life into old clothes, and One Noffs takes a charitable spin on these eco-friendly activities. The company, which was launched by the Ted Noffs foundation, offers a great way for local aspiring designers to showcase their work, while providing one-of-a kind revamped designs.
One Noffs participants are given a bag of used clothing with which to new garments, which are then sold in used clothing stores. Money from the sales of the new-old clothes go towards programs for underprivileged youth. Each designer's biography is sewn into the tag, so their work is acknowledged. What a cool idea!