This brand was created so you can find a creative place to make the most of your wardrobe. It´s a place where longevity, quality, creativity and practicality live in harmony. From classic alterations or iron-on patches to fantastic ways of incorporating weaving and ribbing to your garments.
Nadia Piechestein is a London based sustainable Fashion Designer reimagining traditional mending to create contemporary fine fashion that challenges longevity and creativity.
Her brand, TLZ Movement Clothes, was one of the first ethical brands in Argentina, were she is from. Her sustainable approach combines slow fashion techniques with zero-stock and zero-waste production. The last collection brings together the most exquisite embroidery combined with weavings in collaboration with local makers. The iron-on patches are an other amazing invention on a mission to stop clothes from waste. Just with an iron you can incorporate the most beautiful textiles in any shape you want. Made with Khadi cotton, handmade weaved in collaboration with Khadi London CIC.
Her work has been exhibited at London Fashion Week 2022, The Lab E20 and Fashion District Hub during the prelaunch of The Reclaimery platform. Also every year during The Festival of Natural Fibers and London Craft Week.
Reworking services, workshops and products are available all year long. Choose between:
Reworked clothes: bring us a garments and we will reconstruct it! We work only with Up-cycling and reworking techniques on preloved garments and Textile Designers dead stock materials.
Patches: You can buy our patches and DIY. Spice up clothes and make them last longer with this beautiful bespoke PATCHES. The perfect conscious gift to make clothes special. TLZ Movement Clothes have recently been inspired by Gandhi’s vision of regenerative textiles and a self-sufficient economy. TLZ’s founder and designer, Nadia Piechestein, has been working with Khadi London to source khadi fabric. She has created a product that allows you to easily mend your clothes by ironing on a 100% khadi cotton patch! Which comes in a range of quirky colours and patterns.
TLZ Movement Clothes will also be giving 10% of the proceeds from the sale of her patches to Beejkatha and their Cotton to Cloth project. Beejkatha is working on improving the quality of cotton farming for a small tribal village in Wardha district in India.
Workshops: We have an amazing space in East London where you can learn mending techniques, how to use a sewing machine, copy a garment, weaving and reworking.
Team Building Events: If you’re looking for totally unique company team building ideas, why not try one of our corporate sewing events?
Costumes: We want to redefine how to make costumes bringing circular economy to the stage. Repurposed costumes, just scroll down to see some of them.
These are some of the Companies and artists we worked with. Collaborations and projects to email@example.com
Hack Ballet London
Nothing Hill Carnival_Baque de Axe company London
Freeweaver Saori Studio_ textile design
Milonga_ Dir. Craig Talbot (short Film)
Soy Bruta_ Theatre
Nandita project_ Movement Facilitator and Director
Festival of Natural fibers _London/India