Can luxury brands in apparel drive sustainable innovation? Levi's x Miu Miu upcycled collection demonstrates otherwise

In December 2020, Miu Miu collected and upcycled its own vintage clothing in an effort to reduce the use of virgin fabrics and develop a closed-loop system for new collections. The capsule collection of upcycled vintage dresses was exciting, and Miu Miu has been the first designer brand to adopt thi...

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