How This Korean Designer Turns Trash Into Fashion | EVERYDAY BOSSES #59


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  1. She is so inspiring, passionate and creative. I’m so glad to see more and more young entrepreneurs generating more sustainable and environmentally cycle oriented business. I wish her the best!!

  2. Fashion industry of itself has never been focus or worried about being sustainable in our world. That is rather an oxymoronic view. Fashion industry are the worst when it comes to trying to recycle to recreate. The whole concept is so hypocritical and fake. The waste of the fashion industry or trends is so great you cannot even think about putting a dent in it.

  3. I hope every clothing store goes 100% recycled within the next 5 years, and people keep their clothes longer🙏 it’s a win for both parties pockets (they both save money)

  4. There should be more people like her!!!
    I absolutely admire her and I’m really amazed by her work 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼❤️

    I’ve always dreamed of doing something like this and thanks to this incredible woman I know I can do it 💪🏼

    Thank you Asian Boss for this video 🥰

  5. I don’t support fast fashion anymore because it’s so wasteful. I just buy vintage and secondhand clothes from thrift stores now. I think this is such a great idea! Reduce, reuse, recycle ♻️

  6. She really is amazing. Fashion industry waste too much resource both producing goods and after their consumption. By a really neat approach of circular economy, she proved that sustainability also has market. Waste problem still have a lot of room for improvement. I hope more people get inspired by this type of initiative to rethink production and consumption, to achieve SDG 12.

  7. 2:11 Oh? RX-0 Unicorn Gundam!
    This is very creative and a great way to help reduce the amount of waste. I agree that the ‘fast fashion’ culture & mentality is very bad. Having fashion and what’s trendy change so frequently creates a lot of waste in clothing and also people end up wasting more money trying to keep up with what’s popular so often.

  8. Are any of the viewers here working in the fashion industry?
    I and I’m sure many other people would love to hear about your experiences and perspective~

  9. 6:41 yes, so amazing, I’m into environnemental related stuff so this last year I learnt a bit about environmental architecture in a free course and that it is also a business that contributes to a lot of waste with some materials. I’ve always been into fashion but never thought further than avoiding the furs bc I’m a vegan so now I’ll feel better spending a bit more in good quality and sustainable clothes as I spend a bit more on my food bc if I eat wrong I’ll spend what I didn’t in my food in my future hospital bill.

  10. This was very insightful, its great to see another designers perspective and methods. I’m a fashion design student and a lot of the time I think about how I can be more sustainable. It’s an area I struggle with since I have to be both creative and waste-less, finding the balance is challenging but I’m overcoming it.

  11. Finally! Have been waiting for more fashion content on this channel for a while, glad it’s some actually interesting designer with cool weird designs.
    When are you guys going to be taking a delve into japanese fashion? Way better than most others and much more unique.

  12. As long as is fashionable, weird or cool, I’m in. Not like those school dresses u had to do with recycled stuff 😹, it was either newspapers or the soda things

  13. This video is like my cup of tea in the morning-refreshing😁 Asian Boss has done a great job throughout this past year👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽 Here’s to more insightful interviews and videos in the new year!

  14. As they say, someone’s trash is another one’s treasure. This is really creative and inspiring, and I hope to see creativity like this flourish! <3

  15. 9:50 “I wanna be a cool grandma, and teach others what I have learned”

    What an amazing view on life! We should all think about this. Also think about what the generations before us did not do, learn from it and teach younger people how to do it better.

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