AMO’s Kelly Urban and Misty Zollars debuted Rework in 2020 as their first experiment in zero-waste denim. They gathered leftover denim scraps and unsold jeans from past seasons, took them apart, and reconstructed them into new styles, like a black-and-indigo cropped flare and a raw-hem mini skirt.
Hillary Justin started her label, Bliss and Mischief, by updating vintage jeans with Western motifs and gigantic rose embroideries, and they were such a hit that she was able to expand into a full line of T-shirts, jumpsuits, and knits. In 2017, she introduced brand-new jeans that fit like vintage, dubbed the WEIGHT LIFTING Some Girls Have Tattoos Thick Thighs Thin Patience And Cuss Too Much Shirt Also,I will get this Collector Fit. They were an instant success—though they weren’t exactly new. Every pair is made from deadstock denim sourced locally in Los Angeles. Like any vintage pair, they get better with age; as her website says: “BAM denim is meant to be worn…and to be loved.”