• Recycled Fashion Blazers

    Keep what you love

We are NUTT

We all buy new clothes regularly. Unfortunately, we throw them away just as often. But getting rid of old clothes can be handled more consciously. In fact, it needs to be handled more consciously. NUTT leads the way forward by showing us how to deal with our old clothes differently. Sustainably. By using worn garments as valuable raw materials and recycling them into artistic, authentic blazers. When you buy a high-quality NUTT blazer, you don't have to feel burdened about your purchase. And you get to wear a unique, fashionable jacket. The result?

You feel great, the world feels great, NUTT feels great.

Enjoy sustainably


Creating a circular economy together

Is your closet full to the brim with blazers, pants, sweaters and shirts that you no longer wear? Sure, you can throw them into the donation bin, but chances are high that they will end up in a desert or on a refuse heap. That’s not only a waste of your items, but even worse, it means more environmental waste. Rather, give us your clothing and we will transform it into a unique, authentic NUTT blazer, put together with love, craftsmanship and an eye for detail.

Donate your clothes here
"I think my blazer become so special. Those splits are really beautiful...especially because I know how much love you put into them"
Greet Moens @journeyofastylist
"Yes. I knew right away! I really like the one with the orange sleeves. And to think that once was a pair of pants..."
Rieke van Wijngaarden (model)
"you keep what you love"
NUTT Amsterdam
"I fall for the great creativity in combination with quality. This produces very special blazers"
Kristel Middel Vork

"I didn't know that Karlijn's blouse could get such a cool new life. Cool". 


Give us your old clothes!

Don't throw your unwanted clothing in the donation bin. Instead, donate it to us. You can drop garments off at Korte Ouderkerkerdijk 5c in Amsterdam (a 10-minute walk from Amsterdam Amstel station) every first Saturday of the month between 10 and 11 o'clock in the morning.