About Us

ReWeave L.A. was founded on the belief that sustainable luxury is possible.

We make one of a kind pieces from fabric samples sourced from the leading interior design showrooms. We never throw away any contributions. While some pieces might not find a new home immediately, we are committed to placing every swatch within our patchwork designs.

We embrace L.A.'s culture by designing and producing all of our goods locally. ReWeave L.A. donates a percentage of sales to non-profit organizations that provide job training for Angelenos facing barriers to employment.

Our Story

Over the years, Debbie and Julie borrowed many fabric samples for their interior design projects. They always wondered what happened to the returned swatches at the end of each season.

As it turned out, showrooms discarded the materials to make room for the incoming collection. Debbie and Julie recognized the detrimental environmental effects of textile waste. They saw this as an opportunity to launch a social enterprise that would upcycle these materials into unique luxury home goods.

And thus, ReWeave L.A. was born.

Our product line has since expanded to also include one of a kind apparel.

Our Founding Females

Julie Benniardi

Born in Indonesia and raised in Los Angeles, Julie credits her international and bicultural background as a major influence in her interior design work.

She draws from current trends to develop designs that translate into luxurious products. Julie specializes in high end residential and hotel properties abroad.

For Julie, ReWeave L.A. is the perfect intersection of passion and purpose. She believes that a one size fits all approach to business doesn’t work and hopes ReWeave L.A. will inspire others to think differently about the role of companies in society.

Julie currently resides in Pasadena with her husband and two kids. She received her degree from USC Marshall School of Business with a focus on Entrepreneurship.

Debbie Ouyang

Born in the Philippines, Debbie grew up with a love for textiles. From the bright colors to rich textures, fabrics have always represented to her craftsmanship and culture at their finest. Debbie’s fondness for beautifully made materials has only deepened throughout the years, especially through her exposure to design showrooms in Los Angeles and other major cities.

She hopes ReWeave L.A. will serve as a catalyst for creative reuse within the design industry as well as an avenue to assist those facing barriers to employment.

Debbie has two daughters and currently resides with her husband in Pasadena. She earned her MBA from The Wharton School at University of Pennsylvania and her Bachelor’s degree from Yale University.