Wearing other people's garbage used to mean you were either a homeless person or some kind of eccentric, forward-thinking genius, who also happens to be homeless. Transforming refuse into shockingly stylish gear, Livity.
Named for Jamaican jargon that denotes a free, healthy lifestyle, Livity cranks out hella enviro-conscious clothes/accessories incorporating material from recycled plastic bottles along with other sustainables like organic cotton and hemp, a product favored by the type of people who like to get creative with discarded Dasani bottles.
Freshly dropped headgear includes the Buckler Gatsby, a lightweight newsboy-style houndstooth-patterned driver cap; a microstriped hemp/wool beanie (pom pom is detachable) called the Skyline and a few fedoras, including the relatively straightforward Don Mon (avail in black and brown) and the livelier diamond-patterned Fireball, which'll teach you the importance of laying a towel down on the locker room bench before you sit.
Torso coverage comes in the form of a lightweight front-zip hoodie crafted from a hemp/recycled poly combo and a classic buffalo-checked, double-breastpocketed, black/blue organic cotton flannel called the Morel Hunter, also the intense sequel to Deer Hunter, in which Christopher Walken is forced to play a harrowing game of Mushroom Roulette.
Because man needs to carry stuff, they also make a variety of bag-ish contraptions like the adjustable-handled Tech Tote, which converts seamlessly from a tote to a shoulder bag, and a protective hemp/recycled bottle "lap wrap" computer case -- an eccentric, forward-thinking way to protect your computer, or just a good place to store all those awesome doll heads you found.