Ever thought you'd see car parts transformed into jewellery? Or clothing? Shoes? Eye wear? Well

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Ever thought you'd see car parts transformed into jewellery? Or clothing? Shoes? Eye wear? Well that’s exactly what the Lexus Fashion Workshop did. The Lexus CT Hybrid is a gorgeous, sleek car. Which is also 90% recyclable, so Lexus decided to dismantle a Lexus CT Hybrid and bring in four fashion designers, and see how they would use pieces of the car, and up cycle them into amazing bits of work. Fashion designer John Patrick, used floor mats made from plant-based plastic, sustainable sound-dampening material, wire harness, leather seat covers and cargo covers, to create a stunning grey trench coat, a fabulous pair of shorts, and a simple clutch bag, and named it 'Nomadic Sanctuary.' John Patrick is a interesting fashion designer who…show more content…
The 'Environmental Crown of Virtue' was created by Moss Lipow using transmission started and exhaust manifold gasket, to create a fascinating, unique eye piece, which has instead of 2 'lenses' has four and does not only rest upon the ears, but has a head piece connected. Moss Lipow realized his destiny to be an eye wear designer in his teens when he discovered he needed prescription glasses, although he actually studied film before finally settling on his career as an eye wear designer. One of his designs, framed in ostrich and alligator leather was priced at $3,800 and has become one of the most expensive pairs of sunglasses in the world, he also claims to have the largest collection of vintage 20th century eye wear in the world, with a collection of over 3,000 different frames. Finally, Alejandro Ingelmo, shoe designer created 'The Lunar shoe. Using the armrest leather trim, tire tread and the clear plastic tubing used for wiper fluid, to create an out of this world pair of shoes. Black and silver and absolutely stunning, these shoes where more than a pair of well designed shoes, they were a piece of art. Alejandro Ingelmo followed in his great Grandfathers

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