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Rejina Pyo's Collab With Vestiaire Collective Builds A Strong Case Against Fast Fashion

The London-based fashion brand wants to talk about sustainability.

One of the best ways to shop sustainably is to get your hands into the second-hand/pre-loved pile. Lately, the push for timeless less trendy designs have also been one of the rallying calls among proponents of the sustainable fashion movement – eliminating the cycle of overconsumption and waste in favour of clothes with longevity.

Contemporary London label Rejina Pyo is one of the latest names to join that camp. This month, the brand has launched an exclusive capsule collection called 50 ‘Future Collectibles’ in collaboration luxury pre-owned site Vestaire Collective.

The Korean-born designer, best known for her stripped-backed aesthetic, loose silhouettes and easy summer dresses (read something you’d wear over and over again) has curated 50 of her favourite creations and best-selling styles from the archives as a way to take away the focus on trendy clothes and fast fashion.

Above, peep the pieces that this Central St Martins graduate has curated for the collection which includes the brand’s quirky-shaped Olivia Box bag, the Sylvia bag which is made from twisted ropes and the street style hit – the Greta dress which comes with those signature puff sleeves.

Cotton dress, $508
Synthetic skirt, $251

Linen dress, $448
Cotton shirt, $233
Cotton-blend skirt, $251
Suede heels, $377
Polyester skirt, $305
Polyester dress, $493
Leather sandals, $448
Synthetic skirt, $296
Denim jeans, $269
Lame skirt, $368
Cotton dress, $359
Wool dress, $457
Synthetic dress, $448
Cotton trench, $359
Linen dress, $556
Linen dress, $448
Leather trench coat, $628
Olivia leather bag, $484
Cotton skirt, $269
Satin mix dress, $457
Satin dress, $529
Olivia leather bag, $484