Home decor collaborations are a dime a dozen, but we've never seen one quite like this. West Elm has announced a partnership with clothing brand Eileen Fisher for a limited-edition collection that's all about upcycling and sustainability. Previously owned Eileen Fisher denim — sourced from the company's Renew program — has been reworked into unique patterns for a series of pillow covers and even a lounge chair.
"With these beautiful designs, we are extending each garment's life cycle and drastically reducing the waste that we put out into the world," Eileen Fisher, founder and co-CEO of her eponymous brand, said in a statement.
Both furniture and fashion waste are vast problems in terms of ecological impact. More than 9 million tons of furniture waste is dumped into landfills each year, while fashion is responsible for 10% of humanity's carbon emissions. With partnerships like these that promote reusability, attention is driven to finding sustainable solutions for both industries.
Check out some of the pieces in the limited edition Eileen Fisher x West Elm collection below, and shop them here.
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