A new app lets designers share materials and upcycle locally.
Hafzi wanted to help shift the perception of Nepal and raise awareness of artisan communities there; employ and empower women and teach them highly specialized skills.
When the women's sentences are over, they will have marketable skills and money in the bank.
He's conceptualizing a “fungal future,” through clothing, furniture, and more.
Knitters, crocheters and stitchers may have a new material to work with.
This all-women-run company out of Cape Cod is doing ethical fashion fun.
These low-impact, minimal energy materials are a designer's dream.
Margu, 1x1 and Aeon Row make slow fashion and sustainable practice look as effortless as an LBD.
Three local designers intended to meld fashion-forward designs with conscious consumption.
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