Que is a fashion artist from Zimbabwe who is recreting the local fashion. He mixes the heritage african prints with the second hand clothes from the markets, to redesign a new way of living on a ECO-friendly world.
Clothes are bought tons and tons and disposed, for example through Carita’s, then sold at local african flea markets. In fact this way of fake-solidarity is completely obsolete. Clothing can be a product of absolute necessity as well as an accessory, and in order to build a sustainable society, we can learn how to reuse and recreate them.
How can it be to live in a society where second hand clothing can become trendy? Can we inspire the younger generations to awaken the need to reuse and recycle? How can we create a market that has a moral worth ?
Take a look to my latest podcast with the young Zimbabwen artist Que: