Matty Bovan and Asai want to recycle for keeps.
As London natives and “Young Millennials,” the two British designers have grown up with climate change, landfills, and the human cost of disposable clothes. They also know about investment pieces, quality fabrics, and how to look insanely cool. (Ta worked at Yeezy and The Row; Bovan is a Katie Grand protégé who interned for Marc Jacobs.)
Friday night in London, the two designers showed different—but equally possible—ways to fix the broken cycle of buy-toss-repeat.