Yumi Nu Wants to Redefine Slow, Size-Inclusive Fashion With Blueki
The model's new brand provides cool-yet-timeless silhouettes to a historically underserved market.
Why an Influencer-Favorite Fashion Brand Is Knocking Itself Off
Knockoffs are nothing new for Pretties, the originator of the '90s baby tee — but this method of dealing with them is.
Marargent Makes Handbags for You and Your Chic Grandmother to Share
The Colombian brand taps into nature, art and the human body to create the kind of accessories you'll want to pass down through generations.
Meet the 'Knitting Monk' and Others Using Slow Fashion as a Spiritual Practice
A monk, an Episcopalian sister and a "typical clergy spouse" talk about their experiences pursuing textile arts and the Divine.
Could This Be the Beginning of Whitney Wearing Heels to Work?
These may be the shoes that do it for me.
New 'Rough-Luxe' Trend Among Rich Upper East Siders Sounds Like a Portlandia Skit
Brooklyn-made products are the new luxury according to a new piece in the Observer, featuring fantastic quotes like, "None of my clients want Christian Louboutin shoes anymore, because the Kardashians are clomping around in them at breakfast."
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The Slow Fashion Movement: 10 Brands That Are Doing it Right
In honor of Made in America Month, we did some research and talked to some experts to learn more about the growing Slow Fashion movement in the U.S. Read on to find out what it is, plus 10 brands doing it well, keeping their production local, sustainable, high-quality, and...slow.