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Circular Library: A New Sustainable Hub in Venice, CA

Published: January 15, 2024
Author: Fashion Value Chain

A fresh initiative from a Korean eco-friendly store has arrived in the US market, focusing on sustainable fashion brands LE CASHMERE and RE;CODE. This spot, known as Circular Library, is found on Abbot Kinney Blvd. In Venice, CA. It’s not just a store; it’s a place that believes in recycling and using things responsibly. Besides selling clothes, it hosts workshops to make old things new again, music shows, cool art, and stories that support sustainability.

Brandon Yu, who leads the Circular Library project, is really excited about this new place. He sees it as a spot where local artists can show their work, people can learn new things at workshops, and everyone can get together each year to talk about sustainability and fashion.

When it opened, Circular Library put a spotlight on LE CASHMERE, known for getting sheep hair in a fair way. Also, RE;CODE brought in a bunch of different clothes—jackets, sweaters, bags, tops, bottoms, dresses, skirts, and more—all made from materials that are good for the planet. The store is full of displays that show how they reuse stuff, like using old airbags for decorations and turning backpacks into new fabrics.

Abbot Kinney Blvd. In Venice is like a center for brands that care about the planet, such as Everlane, Allbirds, and Vuori. Circular Library joins these brands to talk about sustainability and be a part of this eco-friendly community. Everything in the store, from the building materials to the pipes you can see, shows how serious they are about recycling and reusing things.

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