Featued Video – Lesage Tweed
Chanel and the making of Lesage tweed.
RIYKA produce a women’s and menswear collection made entirely from upcycled, leftover and organic materials.
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.
Santiago Chile based Zurita creates an ethical womenswear collection with the craft knowledge and heritage of Latin American.
Universal Utility it a timeless, quality made clothing line made to last a lifetime. The clothing is carefully crafted, without season, time, age or trend.
As We Grow, based in Iceland, produce a quality, timeless childrenswear collection based on heritage design principles and slow fashion.
The Forward thinking brand Blackyoto was born out of upcycling iconic military surplus, overdyed at the finest traditional Japanese dyer, Kyoto’s Montsuki Co, with the blackest of black dyes, black oxide.
Katie Jones spends as much as eighty hours working on a single jacket, Jones pieces together upcycled leather and denim to produce labor intensive, highly crafted fantasies of color.
Claire Wellesley-Smith is a textile artist, educator and writer based in Bradford, West Yorkshire.
Claire Wellesley-Smith is a textile artist, educator and writer based in Bradford, West Yorkshire specializing in projects that use local, natural color, created from home-grown and locally foraged plants.
The Warli Wrap is handmade by women of Self Help Enterprises in India using the traditional Kantha stitching technique, a centuries-old running stitch used for joining layers of fabric. Available through the Santa Fe International Folk Art Market online.