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Inside, an open, minimalist floorplan includes a stove, bathroom, and two lofted sleeping platforms on either end reached by two separate staircases (made from plywood offcuts).
Ong, a former creative director at Jimmy Choo, left her career in luxury goods to start an eponymous label that produces shoes from upcycled rubber, leather offcuts, charcoal and bamboo.
Created using offcuts from larger stones Young was using elsewhere in her work, the jewels were featured in the runway show for Beckham’s Autumn/Winter 2017 collection.
Sections of leather offcuts sit on a storage cabinet at the Dunhill leather workshop in London.
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Definition of offcut for English Language Learners
: a piece of wood, cloth, etc., that remains after a larger piece is removed
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