Woman creates kinky fetish clothes company by using old tyres and bouncy castles

A woman has revealed how she uses old tractor tyres and bouncy castles for her eco brand.

Broke Boutique, in London, saves up to 312kg a year of rubber heading to landfill by creating reworked clothing from odd items.

Inspired by 1970s punk, the fetish fashion company makes chokers, bras, belts and bedroom sets with the recycled rubber.

Owner G Martin, 34, picks up the materials from a nearby industrial estate in Norfolk, often coated with mud and dust.

The items need a deep clean before the niche garments are created.

Some of the more peculiar materials have been tractor inner tubes, tyres and old bouncy castles.

The rubber comes from the material Butyl, which was invented to be long-lasting and durable.

Free from animal products and latex, the material is safe for people to wear.

The company now saves between 3-6kg of rubber from going to landfill every week.

G Martin said: "It's incredible to think how these tyres and tubes were once used.

"Now they are designed into the most creative and exciting of garments."

She added: "The idea came around by chance rather than design.

"I was already making art and decor from reclaimed materials and someone had given me a huge tractor inner-tube.

"After some weeks of playing with different ideas I crafted a bra top using an old bra pattern that I had laying around.

"When I tried it on, I realised how comfortable and nicely fitted the material was to be made into a garment."

"Crafting fashion from waste materials and seeing people's faces when they realise what it used to be never gets boring."

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The owner, who is also a carer, says she will continue to do her bit for the planet due to the rising demand for sustainable fashion.

She added: "I think it's really great that my business is growing because people love the fact that the brand is truly sustainable.

"Millions of very low paid workers are exploited every day to make products that ultimately end up just getting dumped.

"And roughly 20% of those clothes go unsold. It's the cause of 10% of our global carbon emissions.

"I get why fast fashion exists, there's people on a small budget and big fast fashion brands offer a quick solution to that problem."

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She concluded: "But it's unsustainable and something has got to give.

"So I think it's important to change our habits, start buying less often but better quality."

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