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J FOR JEANS. JJ FOR JEANS FROM JAPAN.
We are extremely proud to introduce you to the collaboration between Reet Aus and Japan Blue that has led to jeans upcycled from some of the best denim in the world, designed in Estonia, produced in Japan. Read more why denim-lovers from all over the world praise Japanese denim and about our new jeans from Japan.
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Theatre sustainability
Before beginning her journey with her fashion brand and as a pioneer in industrial upcycling, Reet worked as a costume and set designer for various theatre productions both in Estonia and abroad. As a costume designer, Reet is also devoted to being as sustainable as possible in her practice.
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Reet Aus is going labelfree. Or at least as much as possible!
Today in the European Union, a total of 25% of all used clothing is collected, out of which only 1% is recycled. That´s why, besides us working with leftovers, we are always keeping in mind that our products must be easily recycled. The final step we had to make towards using mono-fabrics was going label-free.
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WEAR WITH CONFIDENCE FOR THE FUTURE!
Estonian cultural history is intertwined with all of our neighbours’. Our new line of shirts is inspired by early revolutionary Russian art. As well as being one of our founder, Reet’s favourite artistic movements, Russian avant-garde is an essential part of her cultural background.
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Be a part of the solution, not the problem
Our increased consumption of textiles comes at an environmental cost. This has to change. And we can only do it collectively if each one of us puts in the effort. Up until now, we’ve mostly given consumers the option to buy industrially upcycled shirts as a solution to close the loop. But now we’re ready to officially present a new option, focusing solely on you – the consumer. The new option is called the locally upcycled up-shirt and for our journey, on changing consumption patterns, we’ve partnered up with friends here in Estonia. Read more to find out who they are and how you can be a part of the solution, too. 
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