Stamping over stains

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These Rick Owens silk pants were marred by a burrito lunch during September NYFW in 2018 (major grease stains, still visible after two rounds of dry cleaning). I worked backstage for the Marina Moscone and Opening Ceremony presentations that season.

Blockprinted lines in a contrasting pattern covered the stain and added a knee patch look. Nothing ends up perfect, no two things look the same. This is why blockprinting has quickly become one of my favorite easy remake methods.

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By a1vice

Designer and DIY'er in Detroit by way of NYC

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