Karen Lukacs is an inventive textile designer. Her limited edition fashion collections are created from reclaimed thrift store garments and designer fabric samples. A passionate commitment to recycling and reusing unique materials marks each item as unique and timeless.
Handbags, clutches and totes are constructed from discarded sweaters, out-of-date leather garments, and neckties. In HomeWare, comfy throw pillows are creatively fashioned from t-shirts, and luxurious throws are handloomed. One-off fashion from the ClothesLine collection is created from quality, reclaimed garments and fabrics.
Sustainable Eco Fashion handmade in America: One at a time. One of a kind.
It’s an honor to be a workshop presenter at the 2013 Association for Career Technical Education of Arizona (ACTE) Summer Conference in Tucson onJuly 15, 2013. Apparel Embellishments will cover fabric manipulation and quick handstitching techniques using tshirts as source materials. The presentation is designed to be used in Career Technical Education classrooms for high school students. We’ll [...]