• The Chrysalis Lab

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    Clothing

    About Us

    What we do
    Chrysalization means transformation. Curated vintage pieces are upcycled into wearable art. We strive to create unique, one of a kind, and limited edition collections relevant to the here and now and sustainable for the future.

    The Chrsyalis Lab Atelier, Malibu
    Our Atelier is a unique art studio-meets-retail space that offers clothing, chic sustainable homewares from Ecoist, and popular experiential workshops focused on fashion upcycling and coveted sustainable goods.

    Emma Trask
    Passionate about fashion sustainability, award-winning stylist Emma Trask (#emmatrask) created The Chrysalis Lab in 2020. Clients are invited to work directly with her and participate in the fashion upcycling movement.

    Please check out the site and stop by the atelier to shop, explore, and be inspired.

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