Rentrayage, a NYC-based sustainable label, presented their Fall Winter 2023 presentation at the historic NYC cafe, Caffé Dante, during New York Fashion Week. The fashion event invited guests to linger in pursuit of connection. During the event, guests viewed the collection as worn by models traipsing throughout the space over fresh pastries, orange juice, and coffee & tea.
Designer Erin Beatty, formerly of SUNO, aimed to emphasize the need for connection amongst tumultuous times. The collection is crafted from hand-selected deadstock fabrics and vintage clothing, mixed together in unexpected ways that question traditional pairings and fashion concepts. As the world at large faces renewed tensions and conflicts, Collection X emphasizes the need for connection, albeit in unexpected places.
Known for their reworked and upcycled iterations from sweatpants to blazers, this collection explores the mending of differences in new ways. Rentrayage’s Fall Winter ’23 collection is extravagant but grounded, with the brand’s signature thoughtfulness and care.
To shop Rentrayage collections please visit https://rentrayage.com/collections/view-all-collection.
Founded in 2019 by Erin Beatty, formerly of SUNO, Rentrayage takes the conversation on sustainability in fashion even further by creating one-of-a-kind garments entirely made from upcycled vintage clothing and textiles. Frustrated by the fashion industry’s unending textile waste and unethical business practices, Beatty created Rentrayage from her desire for new clothing with a modern sensibility while keeping the planet and its inhabitants in mind. The Rentrayage collection is ethically handcrafted in New York under a zero waste production model and also offers vintage and recycled home goods and clean beauty to customers directly via their site in a holistic approach to conscious consumption. To learn more about Rentrayage please visit: https://rentrayage.com.
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