Tag: craftsmanship

Tom of Holland

Tom of Holland’s wonderful website is a delight to slow fashion enthusiasts. His work is firmly embedded in contemplative contemplative tradition with a real focus on traditions of mending, repairing and hand knitting.

Featured Video – Maasai Colours

Maasai Colour creates timeless accessories of exceptional quality – sustainably and ethically. They unite the vibrant flair of African fashion with London’s contemporary, classic style to create a unique new look.

Featured Kickstarter – Maasai Colour

Maasai Colour creates timeless accessories of exceptional quality, sustainably and ethically. They unite the vibrant flair of African fashion with London’s contemporary, classic style to create a unique collection of bags, purses and totes.

Zeus+Dione

Zeus+Dione produce a minimal womenswear collection influenced by heritage, rooted in mythology and symbolism, and created with precision.

Featured Collection – B Yellowtail

Bethany Yellowtail, a Native America designer of the Northern Cheyenne and Crow tribes, launches their new e-commerce site in partnership with a group of Native American artists, all from the Northern Plains regions – the B. Yellowtail Collective.

Seek Collective

The Seek Collective collection embodies relaxed luxury men’s and womenswear, with a sophistication silhouette, and hand crafted materials

KUON

Challenging the existing notion on vintage clothing, KUON revitalizes traditional Japanese boro. “Boro” being worn and used textiles and old, torn, or patched clothing in Japan.

Knockando Woolmill

The Knockando Woolmill is a historic, fully functioning woolmill in North East Scotland, that has been manufacturing woolen textiles continuously since 1784.

A Printmaker Grows in Brooklyn

Susan Connor’s exquisite collection of textiles and homewares come from experimenting with different printmaking techniques.

Featured Image – Ana Srdic

Jewelry designer and anthropologist Ana Srdic produces bold unique pieces of wearable art from old world techniques combined with semi precious materials.

Zarif Designs

Zarif Design is based in Kabul Afghanistan, where they employ and train 52 local Afghan men and women to practice handcrafted work.

Pero

Indian designer Aneeth Arora for Pero creates a modern interpretation of local dress styles from the remotest parts of India.