Burning Torch by Karyn Craven Recycled Clothing Studio Sale

Published on November 17th, 2009 | by

Burning Torch has long been a pioneer in recycling clothing. Karyn has been buying up old cashmere sweaters, having them cleaned, sorted, cut up and re-sewn into new sweaters here in Los Angeles for many years. Over the years, she has expanded her recycled offerings to include army fatigues and even beaded antique gowns, to great effect. She also has some organic cotton pieces. One might think I’m biased because I occasionally freelance for her, but I freelance only for the designers whose clothes I want to wear. Those employee discounts can go a long way.

Your Daily Thread, a blog focused on the greener side of LA, recently profiled Karyn here.

The details of the sale are as follows:

Luxurious cashmere!
Beautiful leathers, silks and knits!
Stock up for the Holidays!

Friday, November 20, 10 am to 7 pm
Saturday, November 21, 10 am to 3 pm
1738 Cordova Street, Los Angeles, CA 90007

Exit 10 Fwy. at Vermont. North on Vermont. Left on Cordova.
Additional parking lot located just east of us, signs will direct you.

Every person who brings a donation for our holiday food drive will receive a raffle ticket for a chance to win an amazing Burning Torch gift basket overflowing with goodies!

Any non-perishable goods or unopened personal care items are accepted.
Benefiting the LA Regional Food Bank.

Visa, Mastercard, Amex, and cash only


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Susanna is passionate about anything fast and electric. As long as it's only got two wheels. She covers electric motorcycle racing events, test rides electric motorcycles, and interviews industry leaders. Occasionally she deigns to cover automobile events in Los Angeles for us as well. However, she dreams of a day when Los Angeles' streets resemble the two-wheeled paradise she discovered living in Barcelona and will not rest until she's converted the masses to two-wheeled bliss.