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Moroccan women’s weaving group Artisan Project partners with streetwear brand Stussy

Image: @stussy/Instagram
Image: @stussy/Instagram

Hot on the heels of dropping its Birkenstock collaboration, streetwear brand Stussy has now announced it’s next project.

The brand has partnered with Artisan Project - a women’s weaving co-operative based in Ain Leuh, Morocco, to produce a range of upcycled boucherouite t-shirt rugs.

The rugs will be made from archival T-shirts from Stussy’s warehouse in Irvine, California that did not make it through the routine quality check.

Each design takes inspiration from Californian coastal landscapes and surfboards - and ode to Stussy’s brand identity - as well from vintage Moroccan carpets and painterly gestures.

Limited to only 30 pieces, the carpets feature a collection of colour-blocked patterns, diamond silhouettes, intricately-woven stripes and abstract shapes.

The partnership marks the beginning of an on-going relationship between the brand and Artisan Project.

The rugs will drop exclusively on Stussy’s website and regional sites on 3 September.

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