Create for Crisis: Untangled

Collaborating with three London based emerging designers, again & again, Ms. Maskie and naïve knitwear, Crisis is proud to present this collection showcasing the potential of reworking, celebrating the timeless charm of a good knit and championing the next generation of slow sustainable fashion.

Created using defective stock donated by Crisis, the collaboration sees these garments saved from landfill and transformed - through screen printing, embroidery and reworking - into one of a kind pieces that not only help reduce waste but raise funds for our mission, with 100% of profits going toward Ending Homelessness.

In the hands of these talented designers reworking becomes an exciting tool to rejuvenate and reimagine knitwear - where they are unique in the ways their methods and sensibilities differ each of these brands are equally in conversation with one another starting with their shared love of all things knitted and impassioned engagement in an alternate future for fashion.

In an landscape where greenwash and co-optation is rampant these mindful, craft-driven slow fashion creators embody the ingenuity, imagination and integrity true sustainability requires.

Explore further with our exclusive interviews with Jen, Mariah and Cat and their process videos taking us behind the scenes on the creation of this collection.

All artist portraits by London Photographer and Storyteller Feruza Afewerki.


Inspiring pre-loved finds that look good, feel good and do good.