Founded by Johann Bödecker & Jamie Hall, two former employees at retail giants like Nike, Levi’s and Coca-Cola, London’s Pentatonic aims to recycle waste into premium furniture. They recently joined Snarkitecture on "Fractured" tables and chairs, which they’re follow up with a range of goods crafted from fashion waste.
Dubbed "New Clothes," the selection encompasses Pentatonic’s AirTool chairs and hangers, all of which offer fabrics formed from upcycled fashion waste, like discarded clothes and factory scraps. This makes each item unique, while the company’s dedication to quality ensures comfortable, long-lasting design. Accompanying the chairs and hangers are pillows created in partnership with Italian textile house Bonotto, featuring a premium jacquard-printed fabric created from discarded bottles.
Pentatonic is commemorating the collection by launching a pop-up shop inside Parisian gallery, The Supermarket. Inside, guests can observe the process & benefits of the recycling process and buy items from the release.
If you’re not in Paris, shop the New Clothes line on Pentatonic’s website.
Elsewhere in the world of design, the Blue Cross for Pets is hosting an auction of dog kennels created by top design firms, including Zaha Hadid Architects.
New Clothes by Pentatonic
10 Rue des Gravilliers
Le Marais, Paris 10 rue des Gravilliers, 75003
April 14 – April 22
We’re excited to announce the opening of our Paris pop-up store: New Clothes by Pentatonic (where everything is out of fashion). The first ever clothes store with no clothes. But everything’s made from clothes. A blend of artistic craft with pure technological innovation. And a sneak peak into the future of sustainability in fashion…. Curious? Come down and see for yourself. Location: 10 Rue des Gravilliers, Le Marais, Paris Open daily, 11-6pm until April 22 (Earth Day)
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A second life for fashion, every piece a 1-of-1. Our Pentatonic AirTool ‘New Clothes’ collection reinterprets luxury fabrics into a series of unique iterations for your home. Limited quantities available now at Pentatonic.com and in our ‘New Clothes’ pop-up store in Le Marias, Paris.
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Clothes for your hangers for your clothes. Premium offcuts, retail returns and factory leftovers from the European fashion industry, beautifully re-engineered into unique coat hangers. New Clothes by Pentatonic, a collection very much out of fashion. Available in limited quantities now at Pentatonic.com
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