6 Jul

Episode 10: Could MEM be serial produced in the future?

Could post-consumer waste be turned into serial production?

In the tenth episode of Hardcore FashionPaula Malleus is on the road again – now she heads to Nokia t0 the old Nanso factory to figure out if her post-consumer designs could be serially produced on the industrial level. How did the meeting go? Could a new, circular economy focused fashion-textile hub be built in the empty spaces of the factory? Watch the new episode!


One of the key elements in Weecos is that we can share the stories behind products and show you who are behind the brands. We want you to get familiar with the inspirational designers and makers, the souls of the brands. In this vlog series, we show how a fashion collection entirely from post-consumer waste is made and of course, the people behind it.

Designer and Master Seamstress Paula Malleus, the founder of MEM by Paula Malleus, is a pioneer of post-consumer waste fashion, which means she focuses entirely on recycled fashion. There’s plenty of stories to tell and for you to see before The Revolt collection is revealed at Helsinki Fashion Week in July 2017.

A new episode is released every Thursday. You can follow the Weecos vlog by ordering our blog posts or by following our Youtube channel. Stay tuned!

SHOP MEM by Paula Malleus and check out her previous collections!
Read also why Paula is called the pioneer of post-consumer waste and how did she end up working with textile waste from the previous post about Paula Malleus and MEM.

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