Now / Next: The Circularity Edition

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Introducing Now / Next a new Depop project taking creators and entrepreneurs from where they are now to where they want to go next.

This first edition focuses on circularity, something core to the Depop experience. We want to get closer to and learn from the people in our community working to keep fashion in the circulation. Keeping the stories, the culture, the values and the designs moving hands, bodies and wardrobes, for as long as possible.

We selected a handful of independent brands shaping a new fashion culture that’s kinder to all people and the planet. Over the coming months we’ll be sharing more of their stories. For now, here’s a quick introduction.


Cierra Boyd is a fashion engineer and sustainability junkie. Her brand Friskmegood is known for its signature handmade, upcycled corsets made from old sneakers.

Olivia Tuffrey is a writer and editor. She runs Mad About Doin’, a zine dedicated to the humans making slow fashion and their stories making it.

Sante Koranteng runs the bags and accessories label Hands Bags. Her creations are produced and crafted by hand in her family’s workshop in Ghana.

Josephine Philips is the entrepreneur behind Sojo App, a tech platform aiming to become the ‘Deliveroo’ for secondhand and vintage alterations and repairs.

Gabriel Feliu is a designer and founder of TheMob. A waste-conscious brand, they create collections from vintage clothes and materials, and scraps from their previous collections.