Hul le Kes and The Salvation Army opened a pop-up store in Amsterdam

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Designer Sjaak Hullekes made a special collection together with the ReShare Store, the vintage store from The Salvation Army. Hul le Kes and his team created clothes that were painted and bathe in with natural pigments such as avocado seeds, walnuts, onion skins and chestnuts. He recycled old non-selling clothes from The Salvation Army and renewed them so they could be sold again.

ReShare Store and Hul le Kes want to fight against textile waste in the world. By dyeing clothes with natural resources, they remain wearable for a longer time. These specially selected items can be found under the 'Hul le Kes Selected' label.