Central Saint Martins fashion student Benjamin Benmoyal drew on his years in the Israeli army to design this collection of "utopian" garments, hand-woven from fabrics made of recycled cassette tapes.
The fashion collection, called It Was Better Tomorrow, comprises a range of structural garments patterned with colourful stripes and complete with boxy wigs, all boasting an iridescent sheen thanks to their unconventional material.
Benmoyal hand-weaved the tape from discarded video and cassette tapes with recycled yarns and Tencel, a fibre made from wood pulp, to create the fabrics.