Posts Tagged: slow fashion

Featured Item – Agneskovacs

Hungarian brand Agneskovacs uses one piece of high quaity leather to produce this stunning line of bags with clean lines and classic elegance.

Featured Image – Jan-Jan Van Essche

Jan-Jan Van Essche’s global nomad collections embody a Buddhist minimalism, translated into a wonderfully wearable, moody men’s wear collection that never goes out of style.

Featured Video – Etwas

Etwas leather bags and accessories are well-designed, durable, and made completely by hand without using any electricity or plastics.

Featured Video – Kaffe Fassett

Kaffe Fassett talking poetically about the beauty of hand knitting, color and pattern.

Featured Book – Alabama Studio Sewing Patterns

A guide to customizing a hand stitched Alabama Chanin wardrobe that includes three core patterns.

Atelier Courbet

Atelier Courbet is a shop and gallery dedicated to presenting exquisite objects, furniture, textiles, lighting, and home accessories, sourced from the world’s most revered workshops.


BUAISOU. was founded in 2012 by two Japanese indigo farmers and dyers, Kenta Watanabe and Kakuo Kaji. The partners develop hand-dyed fabrics, fashion accessories, and home textiles to order.

Longing For Sleep

Borrowing its name from the Estonian title for Chekhov’s novel “Let Me Sleep”, the conceptual collection “Longing for Sleep” is about the haunting wish to sleep during dark wintery times.

Featured Item – InAisce

Another exquisite item from the experimental garment project of Jona Sees.


Hand made in Alicante, Petrucha produce a design centric, unisex footwear collection.


Portland-based Looptworks are a pioneering, environmentally friendly design brand producing a cutting edge collection of bags and small leather goods with taste and style.


Berlin based Plakinger hand make a sophisticated collection entirely produced in Germany in limited quantities.

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