From necessity that became virtue
Out of a mixture of need and curiosity, the idea arose to make new clothes out of used garments. Actually, I just wanted to implement my own designs and simply did not have the money to buy new fabrics.
So I started collecting used clothes, in the farthest corners of wardrobes and at flea markets. Meanwhile, mountains of unloved garments pile up in my studio, which I cut and change or reassemble.
Most of all, I'm happy about discarded men's T-shirts and sweaters with cool prints. These then become, for example, clothes or MuChas (combination of scarf and cap).
Because I usually only get every used part once, BRiCKLiNE offers almost exclusively unique pieces.
Today, however, I also buy new fabrics, because some ideas simply cannot be implemented with used T-shirts.
Perhaps the name: Based on the Bricklane in London with their second-hand shops, the name BRiCKLiNE was born. In the logo, the letters connect with three bricks which are strung together just like I put clothes pieces together.
BRiCKLiNE is a one-woman manufactory
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