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


Featured Video – Carla Fernandez

Carla Fernandez presentation for Santa Fe – Las Flores, Los Espiritus y Los Instantes, video’d by Ramiro Chaves.


With the intent to prove that domestic production was still possible in a high cost country, the brand produce a womenswear collection of complex and patterned knitwear made from wool and silk, and other natural fibers.

Dara Artisan Sourcing Trip to Guatemala

After falling in love with Guatemalan craftsmanship during their collaboration with Tucker Robbins, the DARA team was eager to explore additional opportunities to connect with the country’s artisan community.

Featured Podcast – American Fashion Podcast: Fair Trade Juliette

In this episode of the American Fashion Podcast, fashion sustainability expert Juliette Donatelli talks local and global fashion issues on fair trade.

Business of Fashion History – Madeleine Vionnet

In the third instalment of the BoF’s fashion history series, we study Madeleine Vionnet, who built an empire by rejecting corsets and buttons in favor of the bias cut.

Teah Wilson

Teah Wilson is a UK based jewelry, home and fashion accessories company. With an eye for quality details, designer and founder, Teah Wilson produces limited edition, hand made work of superior quality and style.

P.i.C Style

P.i.C Style was born out of an obsession to do fashion the right way. The P.i.C Style collection is consciously designed and lovingly made in a North London factory.

Featured Podcast – WeareSlow with Tessa Crissman

Tessa Crissman, who produces hammered wired jewelry and hand crafted wearables with a focus on high fashion, sustainable and affordable knitwear, in conversation with Cady Long of Time’s Newsfeed along with WeareSlow’s monthly podcast.

Featured Supplier – Hokkoh

A specialist in decorative prints, Hokkoh has been a journey of steady progression since the Eighties. Based in Osaka, Japan, the fashion textile maker supports locals affected by the 2011 earthquake.

Andrea Gutierrez Jewelry

Renowned for her intricate and detailed cuffs that incorporate reclaimed and recycled crystals, glass beads, pearls, beads of every type and metal chain links, each Andrea Gutierrez Jewelry design is entirely different and unique.

Featured Image – Ukranian Crowns

Slavic workshop Treti Pivni style and photograph one of the more amazing Ukranian traditions of floral headdresses, originally worn by young, unmarried women to show their marital eligibility, used here as a reminder of Ukrainian heritage in rough times.

Featured Kickstarter – What Daisy Did

What Daisy Did is utilzing wasted military materials to create their new Wayfarer, a collection of bags produced by the Northampton Hope Centre, creating employment for homeless and vulnerable people in Northhampton.

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The Book: Refashioned

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

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