As a key player in creative circularity, Nona Source aims to connect deadstock fabrics from the most renowned luxury Maisons with the Creative Community.
For the first time, four ambassadors have been appointed to carry out this commitment. All of them embody the perfect balance between innovation, art and craftsmanship. This year, these ambassadors will regenerate their creativity and get inspired by our deadstock fabrics to imagine some of the most inspiring and low impact looks within their collections.
A Danish fashion designer who has launched her own label, she was the first Danish designer to be nominated for the LVMH prize in 2017, where she was one of eight finalists.
'With Nona Source, I continue to find ways of being creative with leftover fabrics and breathe new life into materials that would otherwise be discarded.'
A Brazilian-born, London-based designer, she celebrates curves and places the body at the core of her design process. Inclusivity and responsible use of resources are at the forefront of her eponymous brand founded in 2020.
'Working with deadstock materials allows me to reverse the creative process and start from what is available and allows me to bridge the gap between sustainability and inclusivity.'
Winner of the LVMH Prize in 2021, the
Albanian-born designer created her eponymous brand shortly after graduating
with her MA from Central Saint Martins in 2019.
‘By sourcing Nona Source fabrics, I can imagine looks that convey my distinctive
aesthetic in which visible seams, sheer and matte contrasts, aligned by fine
straps create a graphic play on the body.’
A young prodigy and rising fashion star, this designer from the Bas Rhin in France opened Fashion Week last September. A "Queeer" style that shakes up the codes.
'The fact that these fabrics are deadstock allows me to
give my collections a much more contemporary and environmentally conscious