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Have you at any time puzzled what occurs to those luxury textile samples and gorgeous showroom scraps following the time ends? That’s exactly the question Julie Benniardi and Debbie Ouyang, the co-founders of Los Angeles-centered luxury outfits brand ReWeave, asked them selves again in 2018. Around the previous 5 years, they’ve aided redirect leading-of-the-line interior style and design scraps that would’ve been tossed into landfills and reworked them into personalized parts of style, equipment and residence decor.

Their newest collaboration with Venetian textile household Rubelli, which debuts on September 27 at the Quintus showroom in West Hollywood, masterfully intertwines the historic elements of beloved cloth with the freshness of LA design that Benniardi, an inside designer by trade, feels is timeless.

“Not just from a design standpoint, but the material by itself will last you a very long time.” Benniardi describes. “It’s sustainable in conditions of its life time.”


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All of the patterns, from tasteful coats to statement-deserving jewellery and bags, are manufactured using at least 75% Rubelli fabric. Like all of ReWeave’s collection, each piece is thoughtfully produced, sewn by hand, and completely initial.

reweave x rubelli collar

The ReWeave x Rubelli collaboration options distinctive can take on textiles which include jewelry like this trendy collar.


Not like the regular fast trend that’s develop into a popular section of our consumerist lifestyle, the course of action of developing these wearable performs of artwork normally takes time. In advance of design can even begin, a complete cleaning course of action has to be accomplished with every shipment.

“A large amount of the textiles will have staples or tape or other kinds of labels. On bigger parts, the borders will be stitched up, so in get to use the cloth, we unstitch [and remove] everything. Which is just to get started off with getting ready to use the fabric. Just after that, we’re deciding upon colors, textures and weights,” Ouyang reveals.

Then the design course of action of the garments commences, which Ouyang describes as “choosing a medley of materials that will suit into a unique sample.”

multi patterned jacket

ReWeave’s consider on a hoodie provides a sophisticated twist to conventional outerwear.


In the collaboration with Rubelli, Ouyang and Benniardi played a whole lot with the different patterns and textures as perfectly as a variety of measurements of cloth to compose pieces that ended up very carefully crafted to clearly show off the greatest property of the fabric.

“We have this great men’s everyday shirt that’s out of cotton cloth, but then we have out heavier supplies and people go into our Drop/Winter season coats” Ouyang points out.

In the five several years that ReWeave has been in business, they’ve collected virtually 13,000 pounds of fabric—and there is a lot a lot more to arrive. ReWeave goes over and above just staying an environmentally acutely aware brand name. Sustainability is woven into the fabric of ReWeave’s mission with the brand’s aim on retaining relationships in the business as well as the Los Angeles community in common. A proportion of profits from ReWeave go to non-gain companies that enable those people in just the Los Angeles group.

“It normally takes a village to move a mountain of fabric,” Benniardi shares.

To choose up a one particular-of-a-type piece from the ReWeave x Rubelli collaboration, take a look at decide on showrooms that collaborate with Rubelli across the state, starting up with 45 pieces at the Quintus setting up on September 27. The assortment will also be proven at Hines & Co. in Washington, D.C. on November 9. This in-particular person expertise permits for buyers to interact with the material, attempt on and explore the excellent healthy.

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Mary Alice Russell (she/her) is the assistant market place editor for VERANDA. She composes gift guides and stories about design and style, design, decor, buying, markets, and developments. Presently trying to grasp the art of needlepoint, Mary Alice loves building, baking and discovering concealed treasures like sea glass or the best chai latte.