DejaVu Design

DejaVu Design is a clothing studio dedicated to the reinvention and recombination of garments and textiles. Vests, jackets, skirts, tunics, dresses, pants and a selection of unique wearable accessories are all upcycled in distinctive and creative ways. DejaVu uses about 50% recycled and 50% virgin materials to ensure a consistently high caliber of fabrics and products.

Born from a love of all things that promote individual style, and sustained by a desire to create environmentally friendly clothing, DejaVu Design creates funky and original garments for all ages, shapes, sizes and personalities. Step outside the fashion box and have some fun with recycled t-shirt skirts, hand printed graphics, linen dresses (always with pockets) and unique collars and hems.

The mainstream garment industry is not sustainable. DejaVu invites you to buy less but buy better. DejaVu Design looks at clothing like friends: it's not the quantity of friends you have, it's the quality."

About Designer Laura Levitt

The design, production, and philosophies are driven by the life experiences and stylish flair of DejaVu’s founder, Laura Levitt. Laura is passionate, inventive and driven about all things that promote individual style, with just the right amount of crazy to make it work.

DejaVu Design debuted in 2009 after Laura decided to finally ‘walk the talk’. With 15 years in international wholesale under her belt, Laura was inspired to create an environmentally and socially conscious company focused on recycling textiles. DejaVu Design aims to encourage an ethical lifestyle, where clothing reflects people’s personal values alongside their unique and funky selves via innovative design.

DejaVu Design is a fusion of Laura’s loves and inspirations, which include, but are not limited to: music, nature, photography, advanced style, spirituality, family & friends, heritage & history, vintage, and of course (the culture of) tartan.

Each piece celebrates individuality and the power of artistic and creative expression. Every piece goes through Laura’s hands, where her loves, especially for fashion, design, and quality garments are more than evident.

Posted on April 12, 2019 .