FABSCRAP Customization Dept drops new pieces exclusively through Men Of Thrift.

FABSCRAP Customization Dept drops new pieces exclusively through Men Of Thrift.
  Rob machine sewing cat fabric onto a denim jacket.

Rob machine sewing cat fabric onto a denim jacket.

This past Saturday (11/10), FABSCRAP Customization Dept dropped new custom made pieces; now available for purchase exclusively through Men Of Thrift.

Select pieces were curated by creative director Alfonso Powell (known as AP) and then repurposed to a high-fashion aesthetic by fashion designer Royal.

Atlanta, GA native and fashion designer, Rob, known for his talent agency, Daties Lounge, was in attendance customizing a denim jacket of his own.

A representative for Staten Island, NY based fashion designer Joepreme also stopped by to gift FABSCRAP Customization Dept a one-of-a-kind spray-painted image of Elvis Presley on leather fabric — more pieces are coming soon for purchase.

This upcoming Saturday (11/16), FABSCRAP Customization Dept will be closed, but will reopen on Saturday (11/23) so mark your calendars and preset your alarms.

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  Rob hand sewing fabric onto a J. Crew button-up shirt.

Rob hand sewing fabric onto a J. Crew button-up shirt.

  AP in deep creative thought.

AP in deep creative thought.

   New York Is A Nationality    stopped by FABSCRAP Customization Dept.

New York Is A Nationality stopped by FABSCRAP Customization Dept.

  Rob machine sewing cat fabric onto a denim jacket.

Rob machine sewing cat fabric onto a denim jacket.

  Levis denim Wonder Woman jacket custom made by Royal Vision.

Levis denim Wonder Woman jacket custom made by Royal Vision.

  Royal machine sewing a patch onto a synthetic leather vest.

Royal machine sewing a patch onto a synthetic leather vest.

  Artwork by Joepreme

Artwork by Joepreme

  Custom made AF1 sneakers by Royal Vision.

Custom made AF1 sneakers by Royal Vision.


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