Fashion Designer Ryohei Kawanishi’s Line of ‘Air Garments’ Upcycled From Automobile Airbags | Spoon & Tamago


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Japanese fashion designer Ryohei Kawanishi’s works have always reflected socio-political issues. His latest initiative is no different. Turning his creative eye to scrapped automobiles, the New York-based designer has created a line called “Air Garments” that upcycles used airbags into jackets, pants, hats and other items.

Originally from Tottori prefecture, Ryohei Kawanishi received his undergraduate degree at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in London. He then relocated to New York where he obtained his MFA in Fashion Design at Parsons The New School for Design and eventually launched the label LANDLORD out of a factory in New York.[…]

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