KPCouturé is our very own fashion brand. It grew out of our Climate Challenge Funded project in 2017. It's main aim is to diversify the conversations around sustainability through upcycling workshops in the community. Teaching mending and upcycling skills. We also make jewellery and accessories from the plastic waste in the building to raise money that can be reinvested into the Kinning Park Complex.
The process of jewellery making
Some of ways we make jewellery from plastic.
Have you have bought jewellery or accessories from us? Select its colour palette below to find out what plastic products make up your recycled purchase. Please share the story of how it was made with friends, family and on social media!
We want to keep turning single use plastic into accessories until it's no longer available.
Ingredients: blue mushroom trays white yoghurt pots white margarine tubs
Ingredients: blue detergent packaging green milk bottle tops
Ingredients: green milk bottle tops carlsberg lids sprite bottle tops
Ingredients: Cadburys chocolate pots Blue detergent packaging
Ingredients: Ella food tops Coca Cola tops Assorted beverage tops
We have been able to provide opportunities for young designers to work with us and learn the process of repurposing plastic into beautiful jewellery.
Currently KPCouturé is run on a voluntary basis without funding but we are looking at the next steps to take. We still welcome interest to partner on workshops and events so please get in touch if you'd like to work with us.
made from repurposed plastic.
Jewellery and Clothing
Promo March 2018 - Launch of our three resident designers jewellery and clothing.
We can offer a block of 4 x 2 hour make your own KPCouturé t-shirt classes.
Rags to Riches
Attending the shop opening of Rags to Riches. We were delighted they asked to stalk KPCouturé.
Promo March 2018
Designed by Carolyn Edmondson
Fabulous jacket created as part of our 2018 collection.
We love these big buttons. Part of our first range of accessories in November 2017
Bright & Bold
March 2018 collection from Carolyn Edmondson. Ring by Mirka Janekova
We can teach you how to make your own.