Moriah Black is a place-based restorative fashion designer currently practicing between Oaxaca and New York.
Working through design she pairs location based material waste streams with local artisans.
In dedication to global wellbeing, she founded ren6 a collection of one of a kind apparel products that respects and protects the environment throughout every stage, from production to packaging. Ren6 only utilizes deconstructed vintage materials and dead-stock fabrics. We value cultivation of remedial relationships with the communities producing our products. Every product is a wholehearted moment in our eco-loop of care for individuality with love for humanity and faithful to the place and present they describe.
Ren6 has collaborated with artists such as the evocative Jessica Lang, José Parlá, and Black Thought of the Roots. Our products are distributed through pop-ups like Hester Street Market and stockists like New York City’s esteemed Cafe Forgot. We also love exploring synergies with and are continually galvanized by artists and designers local to where our products are produced.