Posts Tagged: artisanship

KROMAGNON

KROGMAGNON produce an eco friendly fashion label for both men and women. Working with earth friendly materials, the brand specialize in working with organic, natural and biodegradable fabrications.

Featured Video – Kasuri Weaving

The beautiful tradition of Kasuri weaving from Kurume, Japan. This traditional hand weave textile is made by tying and dying vertical and horizontal lengths of cotton or silk fiber, when woven together create a diffused pattern.

Featured Collection – VOZ SS17

The VOZ collection or Spring Summer 2017 incorporates fluid silk chiffon and slipper satin, combined as always with traditional hand woven Machupe textiles from Chile.

Lotusland Imports

Vancouver owned Lotusland Imports, is a curated ethical jewelry and accessories collection and website that showcases items produced with a conscience.

TRIA ETC

TRIA ETC works with talented artisans and artistic minds in Greece to create exclusive accessories and homewares, which masterfully merge tradition with innovation through technique, materials and styles.

MATTER

Inspired by travel, and borne of late night conversations and dreams shared by friends Yvonne and Ren, MATTER have a mission to make clothing that matters.

Plume

A carefully curated collection of pieces are produced in highly limited quantities, on a seasonal basis, and available only for a limited window.

Valentina Hoyos

Valentina Hoyos produces simple bags from a beautiful combination of knotting and weaving of natural materials, each realized in rich, natural earth tones, and beautifully textured.

Featued Video – Lesage Tweed

Chanel and the making of Lesage tweed.

Featured Video – The Artisans: Zeng Weaver

The Artisan Series shares the stories of artisans practicing traditional techniques. This video highlights the craft of Zeng Weaving, hand died and hand woven by the Ta Oi tribe.

The Artisan Resource at NY NOW Summer 16

The Artisan Resource at NY NOW, is a semi-annual trade show for global artisans producing handmade products.

Featured Video – Carla Fernandez Mexican Embroidery

Zacapehuaya, Pahuatlán filling embroidery and chain work. Just two of the techniques that Carla Fernandez works into her collection.

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The Book: Refashioned

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

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