Posts Tagged: slow fashion

Featured Video – High Fashion Low Countries

High Fashion Low Countries focuses on the importance of sustainable development, new cutting-edge technologies and recuperation of traditional crafts in contemporary fashion.


Norlha produce finely woven scarves, throws, blankets, and toys made from the very best Tibetan yak fiber.


Tengri is a London based fashion brand, a collective movement that brings together design, fashion, ethics and environmental activism.

Featured Item – By Walid

This stunning piece from By Walid is made from vintage upcycled Pakistan quilts carefully matched and pieced together.


Spanish brand Florenz is a unique global scarf and textile brand featuring rare prints from West Africa to Japan, produced by traditional artisans in India and Nepal.

Commentary & Critique – Textile Arts Center

The Textile Arts Center in Brooklyn recently exhibited the work of seven textile artists and designers, created over the course of a nine-month residence at their center in Gawanus.

Featured Video – CATiD at TEDx

The local economy of fashion: Kerrin Smith at TEDxGallatin 2014.

Featured Video – Alabama Chanin Portraits in Creativity

Portraits in Creativity by Gael Towey, a series of beautiful and evocative short films that document artists and their inspirations.

Lulea Indiegogo Campaign Video

Lulea is a social enterprise that specialises in training Kenyan workers to create sustainable luxury leather goods for the global market.

Featured Item – Alabama Chanin

This small, beautiful life flare dress is a one of a kind, indigo dyed piece from Alabama Chanin, made from medium weight, 100% organic cotton jersey.

Featured Image – Amanda Henderson

Amanda Henderson is an independent knitwear designer working in Queens, New York, producing beautiful, considered hand knit designs.

Featured Item – Org by Vio new Kusa Collection

The Kusa Collection for ORG by Vio, is an exquisite hand made collection of multiple stranded black and rust brown seed necklaces and bracelets.

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