Sunday 10 October 2021

Hul le Kes openes Recovery Studio

On 5th of October Hul le Kes opened the Recovery Studio, a repair workshop for people and textiles based. Set at their atelier and factory in Arnhem, the Recovery Studio is another example in ethical entrepreneurship that Hul le Kes persues. 

"Since the start, we’ve been doing our part combat the existing practices within fashion that are exhausting the planet. Using leftover fabric, natural dyes, upcycling garments and textiles that would otherwise be thrown out – all the things you already know Hul le Kes by.
Our Recovery Studio lets us go a step further. Sustainability isn’t just about resources, it’s about human beings too. Since its inception, contributing to that side of the coin has been on the Hul le Kes radar. Now it’s there. The Recovery Studio is here to help those in our community that have been exhausted by society. We’re finally able to offer a place to people who need a breather from the stress of modern perfectionism. Be it due to a burn-out, depression, cognitive problems – anyone in need of a slow, safe working space is welcome."

Hul le Kes has been established by Sjaak Hullekes (Zierikzee, NL, 1981) and Sebastiaan Kramer (Heemstede, NL, 1985) and is based in Arnhem, the Netherlands. Sjaak and Sebastiaan both graduated in 2005 from ArtEZ University for Arts and Design Arnhem, fashion design and have been working together ever since.


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