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12. Chevere means: Upcycled Primavera with Loti

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Loti has created the dreamiest pieces all from upcycled cotton shirts in their newly launched collection, Primera Primavera. In today's episode, we'll be chatting with Lottie, the founder of this incredible upcycling design studio. As a fellow Peruvian, I'm so happy and proud to see what she's built, keeping sustainability in mind and working with people in Peru throughout the entire production process. Her pieces are the perfect example of giving clothes a second life, helping us #rethinkupcycling. Listen to her story and follow @shoploti_ for more on how to pre-order!


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