Posts Tagged: tradition

Zazi Vintage

With the aim of giving a new life to traditional vintage, Zazi Vintage create a fashion label entirely out of collected vintage materials and rejected fabrics, all without the need for new physical production.

Featured Video – Threads of Life

Threads of Life is a fair trade business that works with culture and conservation to alleviate poverty in rural Indonesia. Commissioning heirloom-quality textiles and baskets made with local materials and natural dyes to a museum standard .

Lotusland Imports

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

Featured Video – Harris Tweed

Beautiful Harris Tweed from the Scottish Hebrides – the fabric of fashion.

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.

Shanghai Tang EcoChic Collection

The Shanghai Tang x EcoChic Capsule Collection is the first limited edition, up-cycled collection from the winner of The EcoChic Design Award 2014, 2015 cycle – Kévin Germanier.

Featured Collection – Naadam SS17

A sneak peak at Naadam Cashmere’s Studio Collection, which incorporates designing ethical luxury fashion using innovation to redefine sustainability.

Featured Supplier – Tollegno

No company embraces this juxtaposition of old world history and new world technology better than Tollegno 1900, a full-cycle textile mill whose mantra of “tradition, land, technology: the Italian know-how” echoes in its everyday workings.

Featured Supplier – Incalpaca

Incalpaca is a leading, local maker of the alpaca fiber, offering wool with a beautiful luster and a depth of color that invests in the present-day lives of the Peruvian people.

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.

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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