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Trashion Tribe “The Elements Collection” has been featured in the Wild Magazine. They call it “Trashion Tribe: A Tale of Reclaimed Fashion” and wrote: ‘Trashion Tribe’ is a dynamic fashion collection created from recycled waste materials. Inspired by climate emergency, Trashion Tribe imagines a world ravaged by climate chaos, and calls attention to the polluting … Continue reading "Trashion Tribe @ Wild Magazine" The post Trashion Tribe @ Wild Magazine appeared fi
Story Humanity wakes up from a shut down to find all its technology has collapsed. No more sucking the rivers or drilling the earth, no more Instagram or World Wide Web. No machines are working and all that is left is what has been previously produced, like the waste now floating in the oceans or … Continue reading "The Elements Collection" The post The Elements Collection appeared first on Trashion Tribe.
Returning implies a sort of going back, meaning something was once, then it wasn’t and then it was again. Of course, we know how impossible it is to go back to anything as we keep evolving and nothing really get back to what once was because everything is always changing. Photography by Fernando Matoso. Excerpt from "REturn, a Trashion Tribe photo essay".
We are made of the same water that runs in the rivers, the same earth below our feet and even the same dust from far away stars. We will always be a part of Nature and the more we nurture it, the more we can evolve as a species but if we destroy it, it will eventually turn us back into dirt. Photography by Fernando Matoso. Excerpt from Wild Love, the last chapter in "REturn, a Trashion Tribe photo essay".
REturn is the second Trashion Tribe photo shoot and a very special one in which I dress my own creations and go for a walk in a wild London’s alley with my father, the photographer Fernando Matoso. It’s very rare that I pose for someone’s camera but I felt the urge to register and now share this moment as a way to overcome certain vulnerabilities and strengthen my willpower. The result is a photo essay exploring the connection with and the way back to the source.