Environmental Initiative Westside Compost Aims to Promote the Values of Re-Soiling
The brand has dropped upcycled graphic tees to further spread awareness.
Founders Kaile Teramoto and Stacy Huynh have recently debuted an environmental initiative based in Los Angeles called Westside Compost. With the aim to promote the values of re-soiling to help close the food waste cycle, the brand has unveiled a selection of products to further spread awareness of the issue.
According to a press release, re-soiling is “a plan of action that replants nutritional soil in areas of our earth.” Through the process of composting organic food materials, we as a community can help “naturally break down food waste into soil and deposit into our own yards, potted plants and parks.”
As part of its launch, Teramoto and Huynh have dropped two graphic tees featuring a logo designed by artist T-rexglobal. Crafted out of deadstock fabric, the garments are available for both men and women. In addition, the label is set to release an informational book for you to log and track your composting process, as well as small metal composting buckets for you to put in the kitchen.
Westside Compost’s T-shirts retail for $70 USD each and are now available to shop for online. Stay tuned while we wait for the official drop date of the other items.