Slow Fashion

Slow fashion is about designing, producing, consuming and living better. Slow fashion is not time-based but quality-based (which has some time components). Slow is not the opposite of fast – there is no dualism – but a different approach in which designers, buyers, retailers and consumers are more aware of the impacts of products on workers, communities and ecosystems…Slow fashion is about choice, information, cultural diversity and identity. Yet, critically, it is also about balance. It requires a combination of rapid imaginative change and symbolic (fashion) expression as well as durability and long-term engaging, quality products. — Kate Fletcher (widely credited with coining the term “slow fashion” in 2007)

This collection includes items that are perfect for everyday wear, made intentionally and with love! Materials range from stamped Ikat - Indian Textile to 100% Cotton, and Cotton Gauze! 

*Please note: due to the nature of handmade items, minor imperfections or slight variations from the photo may occur! Every item is completely unique in nature!