Telling the stories of our
material connection
to our world through
cutting edge design

Featured Video – Titania Inglis

IDYLL: Titania Inglis’s stunning new Autumn Winter 2014 campaign video & new collection images at http://www.titaniainglis.com/

Featured Video – Sex Trafficing and Fast Fashion

Hard to believe that working as a sex worker is preferable to working in a garment sweatshop labor in Cambodia!

Featured Video – Purple Buddha Project

Purple Buddha Project upcycles the remains of weapons of conflict to fashion a jewelry collection made by artisans in Cambodia.

Featured Video – No One’s Skin

Luxurious, innovative,plant based vegan shoes & accessories,made with love in Italy from ultra-cool,environmentally friendly materials.

Featured Item – Everlane

Its sweater season, and here is the pick of the day, Everlane’s Slouchy Cashmere Tunic, from 100% A grade Mongolian cashmere.

Featured Video – The Museum of London’s Sherlock Holmes Tweed

Inspired by the Museum of London’s Sherlock Holmes exhibition, in collaboration with Christys’ Hats, Liberty London and Lovat Mill in Scotland, the Sherlock Holmes London Tweed was created.

Featured Item – Maiyet

Maiyet’s spring summer 2015 collection draws inspiration from dance, movement and surrealism.

M Patmos

M Patmos is a New York based ready to wear collection that balances structural and architectural silhouettes through a sophisticated color palette.

Fortress of Inca

Handmade in Peru, Fortress of Inca combines the finest traditional Peruvian textiles, known as ‘mantas’ with premium leather to produce a contemporary footwear collection with distinction.

Featured Video – Catalysta The Obstacles to Change Part IV

The fourth in the Catalysta State of the Art interviews with myself Sass Brown, Marci Zaroff and Jasmin Malik Chua, this installment on the Obstacles to Change.

Featured Video – ETWAS

A small glimpse into the integrity of Will Lisak’s Brooklyn based Etwas Project, beautiful, hand made bags.

London Cloth Company

Established in 2011, the London Cloth Company is the first micro-mill to open in London. Specializing in quality woven wool cloth, they produce on an ever-expanding range of carefully restored shuttle looms from the 1870’s.

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The Book: Refashioned

Sass Brown showcases the best in cutting edge fashion with upcycled materials

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