Clothing from the new RUBY Recycle: Vintage edit. Images supplied.
RUBY recently launched a new online edit called RUBY Recycle: Vintage which is in line with the brand’s ethos of sustainability. The edit features a range of beautiful vintage garments that have been handpicked by RUBY designer Deanna Didovich and Liam designer and general manager Emily Miller-Sharma on their travels around the world over the last 12 years. The range also has some pieces upcycled by the RUBY team and each piece is a one-of-a-kind treasure.
“Over the years we have collected so many vintage pieces, that we decided to pull together a collection of some of our favourites and give them new home,” says Deanna. “They have been collected from all over the world on our past travels. There were a few pieces in particular that I decided upcycle – dresses that were a little too crazy on their own, but magic when made into separates! My favourite was an ivory organza polka dot dress with red cotton tiered skirt, that I turned into a crop top and skirt.”
Each designer has eclectic taste which means the colourful edit has everything from vibrant knitwear to gorgeous kimonos mixed in with some playful tops and charming dresses. The RUBY Recycle: Vintage edit can be shopped exclusively online via RUBY’s online store.