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Take advantage of the cigarette butts to Fashion Trends

Quick View is not only beautiful mesmerize with the latest collection of clothing, but you can get in many ways. For example, using the materials used that are not used again.

As quoted from Femalefirst, Monday (19/1/2009), if you want to look fashionable, harmless utilizing used materials that are not used, such as cigarette butts.

This idea first emerged from the designer Alexandra Guerrero. He was inspired from the people who throw cigarette butts after smoked.

Alexandra and volunteers collect the cigarettes from the streets and sterilise them. They are then dried, separated and made into fabric. Toxins such as nicotine are removed.

Not only that, Alexandra The material left over is combined with wool to create the fabric used

"This project began as an idea for my thesis," she told the blog Cool Hunting. "We always wanted to do sustainable design but we didn't want to do something that was already seen, so we started thinking of a waste that was unnoticed and then we thought of cigarette butts."

So far hats, gloves, sweaters and blankets have been made. They can be purchased from the Mantis website.


  1. diamondmum said...

    wow! this is cool....a fashion out of a butt-cigarette...LOL!

    nice post!

  2. Ron Centeno said...

    i guess the recession even made the designers use materials that arent too expensive. It makes them more creative! :-)

  3. Euroangel said...

    great idea of recycling...sad to say hate migraine after i enhale some cigarette smokes...thanks for sharing!! belated hapi valentines day!!

  4. Sadia Hussain said...

    Three cheers for recycling!

  5. Anonymous said...

    What a fantastic idea. Not only to recycle, but something as useful as material.

    May Your Glass Always Be Half Full

  6. Baka Kelana said...

    Wow ... a business strategy that is potentially

  7. Euronics said...

    visiting here...looking for updates..this is a cool post about recycling

  8. Adriana said...

    good post....keep posting :)

  9. s engelmohr said...

    Great post. I checked out their site and it was pretty cool.

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