Design Theory: What’s Next for Mia Vesper

Vesper’s styles have been worn by the likes of Paris Hilton, Billie Eilish, Lena Waithe, Machine Gun Kelly and others...(Read more)



On a chilly October day in Mia Vesper's pop-up in Manhattan, the sunlit space is filled with colorful trench coats made from Mexican wedding blankets and sturdy...(Read More)


You Can Shop This Dress From Beyoncé’s Black Is King Visual Album

“Of course I stayed up!” beams New York designer Mia Vesper over the phone. Her all-nighter is thanks to Beyoncé’s new visual album Black Is King, which was released on Disney+ at 3 a.m. today...(Read More)

Paper Magazine

Beyoncé in Custom Mia Vesper

NYC-based designer Mia Vesper, known for her commitment to recycling, collaborated with Bey's stylist Zerina Akers to create this custom one-shoulder gown with hand-tacked, Grecian-style draping and a cutout just above the hip. The dress is accompanied by fingerless gloves, a shirred neck muffler, a one shoulder tiered cape, and a large headpiece, all rendered in the same stretch rayon lurex plissé fabric as the dress...(Read More)


Ones to Watch: Mia Vesper

“For me it’s about finding a way to bridge all of my color tones and styles into one person’s identity,” she said of the collection’s beginnings. “That’s how people dress, right, all these disparate elements that come together and form one soul.”...(Read More)

W Magazine

Mia Vesper is the 25-year-old Designer Turning Vintage Tapestries into Modern Outerwear

On the final day of New York Fashion Week this February, everyone arrived to the always-anticipated Marc Jacobs show and...(Read More)


Meet the Brooklynite Turning Vintage Tapestries Into Lavish Outerwear

Upcycling, the practice of turning used fabrics into new high fashion garments, is currently captivating the fashion world. In Paris, Vetements upcycled fur coats at its Fall 2017 runway show...(Read More)

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who is Mia Vesper?

An NYC based designer and one of the earliest adopters in the genre of upcycled textiles, Mia Vesper has worked with celebrities like Beyonce, Halsey, Sofia Richie, Man Repeller and Tiffany Young and her work has been featured in Vogue, W, Forbes, Elle, WWD, L’Officiel and more.

“My sustainability concept relies on American made or fair trade labor and focuses on small quantity, design integrity, special-ness and longevity.”