We would like to introduce you to our latest project "Free Prisoner X Nova"!
In 2021 Free Prisoner started the process of converting our van to a clothing atelier on wheels. After the final touches were in place, we decided to call the van Nova, because of all the bright and new knowledge she will be giving. This is how we are able to create sustainable festival outfits from second hand textiles. The Free Prisoner design technique focuses on creating zero-waste patterns, so no waste is created during the design and production process of your beautiful party outfit.
At "Free Prisoner X Nova", festival visitors can get tailor-made looks, but they are also guided in finishing their garments themselves. This way the consumer gets actively involved in making their own wardrobe more sustainable. Additionally, Amber (FP designer) is also chock full of knowledge about the fashion industry and can answer any question you may have about the fashion process, fabrics and other aspects to avoid!
Keeping fast fashion out of people's wardrobes, through conversation, good vibes and sustainable goodness.
By offering courses, giving talks and sharing their knowledge about the fashion industry, Free Prisoner is busy raising awareness about sustainable fashion alternatives. Along with creating slow, sustainable clothing, these are our tools for making a positive impact on the fashion industry and the world.
Vision of FP
Zero-waste fashion label Free Prisoner increases awareness of environmentally friendly wardrobe options by preventing textile waste. The label promotes a circular economy by focusing on compostable clothing, based primarily on hemp, without polyester or fabrics containing (micro)plastics. At Free Prisoner we believe that fashion should be sustainable and transparent. We feel that "fashion" and "sustainable fashion" should be one and the same thing. Clothing should be environmentally friendly as much as possible. When creating new things, it is our responsibility as designers to ensure they have a positive impact on society and the environment.