FASHION – ART – ACTIVISM
We are an independent clothing brand that celebrates diversity and inclusion. Our vision is to build a respectful, diverse and accepting society, where every story is heard and every person is seen.
Using the power of art to transcend, challenge and subvert norms and preconceptions Thinkover blurs the lines between art, fashion and activism. We make one-of-a-kind clothes from leftovers, recycled, and organic fabric to make you feel empowered.
But we don’t just make clothes – we share stories, and open up conversations on topics such as the importance of equality, diversity, sustainability and LGBTQ+ rights. We believe that through sharing stories we can destroy the walls between us, fight against stereotypes, and inspire each other to create a world that is more accepting and loving.
Meet our team
Pattern maker & seamstress
We believe that fashion should be a celebration of self-expression. We design all our clothes with a unisex approach – some of them are more feminine while others are more masculine but we don’t limit ourselves to gender norms when it comes to clothing.
Everyone should have the right to dress however he or she wants and we want to offer a space where one can do that. We believe that our strength lies in our diversity – and the acceptance of these differences. In a time of increasing alienation, racism and the ecological crisis it is more important than ever to be open towards each other and work together to solve today’s issues and create a better world.
Thinkover x FASHION REVOLUTION
Fashion Revolution is a global movement.
“We love fashion. But we don’t want our clothes to exploit people or destroy our planet. We demand radical, revolutionary change.”
“We campaign for a clean, safe, fair, transparent and accountable fashion industry. We do this through research, education, collaboration, mobilisation and advocacy.
At Thinkover we stand with the movement and its values. We cherish craftsmanship and traditional handmade techniques, and we value quality over quantity. We are always trying to find a way to use old, used clothes and our waste in a creative way to recycle and turn them into new pieces. We are also continuously looking to work with suppliers who stand for safe, healthy and clean production that respects people, their work and the environment. At the moment we source some of our basic garments from www.continentalclothing.com and fabrics from two suppliers: