After the success of Brighton Fashion Week 2012 Dumpster Design is back with a new collection even more innovative and daring than the last. 100% eco friendly, sourcing materials from anywhere: a company's left over scraps of packaging or an old deckchair. Materials are the main focus and starting point, with fabrics ranging from magazine covers and jay cloths to wrapping paper and kitchen roll. The designs create scaffolding for the body, many having a rigid structure of a fixed bodice that contrasts with the natural form and flow of the materials in their organic state. all the while focusing on the intricacy that can be created from unusual objects. It is intricate architecture for the body, manipulating materials to accentuate elegance and femininity
Dumpster Design has been featured in Vogue, Marie Clare magazine and been named as 'the one to watch' in the international Radical Designer Awards, held in Monte Carlo. Having collaborated with huge brands such as The Royal Navy and Goodwood Racecourse Dumpster Design is growing rapidly and is sure to cause a stir at the Sustainable Catwalk show on the 14 th June.
Daisy from Dumpster Design says "I am not trying to satisfy or meet someone's criteria of what they think is right. I am doing it from my own selfish desire and want to create an inspired piece of art. Dumpster stands alone, above the rest, unconformist."
Dumpster Design will be showcasing her new collection at the Sustain show on Saturday 14th June.