Seven Senses Fabrics

Seven Senses Fabrics

SEVEN SENSES

About Seven Senses

Seven Senses Fabrics is a Indian / Dutch – based company specialized in handspun, handwoven, 100% naturally dyed premium selvedge denim, but also shirting fabrics, pocketing and canvas weaves that come in different weights and colour variations, using only certified organic cotton and produce under ethical working conditions. It’s roots can be found in the remote villages of Bihar (North India), where a few hundred artisans, the majority of whom are women, are involved in the ancient craft of ‘Khadi’. Traditional Indian ‘Khadi’ is hand-spun and hand-woven, a human process in which all senses work together. This is possible thanks to our partnership with KDB Samiti- Kattin Dhuniya Bunkar Samiti, an official Indian non-governmental organization working in Bihar. The quality difference of a thread that is formed between two fingertips epitomizes the fabrics elegant simplicity and beauty, making the fabric unique in terms of production and impossible to compare or copy by machine-made fabrics.

Andriana Landegent

Andriana is a highly skilled business leader and a dedicated person with a huge passion for sustainable fashion. Her aim is to create businesses with a purpose and provide high quality in her products. She has more than 25 years of working experience in ethical fashion industry and founded her own clothing company in 1992. She dedicated her life to help artisans developing their skills and creating value by offering good working spaces for them. She worked mostly all over india and is an expert in sourcing textiles, setting up production facilities. For the past six years she supplies the clothing industry with knowledge and passion on everything they need to know about eco, bio, organic cotton and 100% natural dyeing process. Andriana describes herself as a doer, who learned the skills by being on the field and who loves being behind the curtains. She believes that change should be done from design, production to delivery to the conscious consumer.

Slow Fashion Journey

All brands are produce under ethical working conditions! We believe in work relations based in trust, respect, equality, balance and humanity. Andriana has been driving her projects with this mindset of empowerment for everyone involved in the team including her team in Amsterdam as well as the artisans and workers that make this possible in India.

Andriana Landegent

Fashion Designer

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Graciela Huam

Graciela Huam

GRACIELA HUAM

About Graciela Huam

Graciela Huam is a Dutch Peruvian brand founded the last year, located in Westerhoven, Netherlands and Puno, Peru. We represent a breakdown of folkloric and classic knitwear made by Andean and coastal raw materials in Peru, turning knitwear collections in minimal designs employing neutral and pigment colors, traditional raw materials and risky shapes and elements. We create garments with a story behind. Every collection has special key pieces that you can wear them always because they’ll never goes out of style. Likewise, we work to establish authenticity and exclusivity, under a common denominator of sustainability.

Grace Huamanchumo Flores

I am Grace. I am Peruvian. I come from Lima, currently living in The Netherlands. Founder and creative director at Graciela Huam. I am the conceptual designer that work next to my partner and a design and development team in Lima, and a production team in Puno made up of 27 talent craftspeople. Our journal started in the department of Puno in Peru, located in the south of the country. This place is characterized by its natural resources, its working people and the majestic landscapes. I was involved in the natural beauty of the city, the impressive knitting work of the artisans and the nature of the alpacas. My reason why, was to create something unique with the natural and human resources of my country and use my experience and lifestyle as publicist plus my passion for fashion. Our ideas and concepts are born in Netherlands and we make them come true in Peru.

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Our design work is founded on respect for nature, universal human rights and economic justice. We follow the principals of responsible and sustainable production, using traditional methods in order to achieve quality that is superior to industrially made products. Our team in Puno are certified on the principles of fair trade, also they receive training and technical assistance necessary to improve their working conditions, and they have a constant input of European trends mixing their traditional and local methods. Other link of the chain, is our raw material. We employ fair trade principles with our suppliers, and we adhere to the Peruvian production regulations concerning environmental obligations. Our suppliers deliver the finest Peruvian Alpaca and Pima Cotton, empathizing in the improvement of the Alpaca and Cotton fiber through breeding programs in the highlands and Coast north in Peru, which are essential to raise animals and plants with excellent fiber.

Grace Huamanchumo Flores

Fashion Designer

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Luciana Soul

Luciana Soul

About Luciana Soul

Luciana Soul is the fashion Service specialised in Upcycling

Luciana Soul

 

Luciana Soul : we start from re-using and repair clothes.

I was Homeless ,in 2013, when I started to experiment with the UpCycle and is thanks God when in December 2017 we have been recognised The Most Important Alternative to the Fast Fashion in FDC Young Designer Awards.

Luciana Soul

Fashion Designer

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Littlest Sidekick

Littlest Sidekick

LITTLEST SIDEKICK

About Littlest Sidekick

We are a lifestyle brand for the adventurous kid. We are on a mission to create a clothing line that is functional, durable and designed with the little ones interest at heart.

Shannon Vistisen

We are utilizing eco friendly fabrics with a hand me down quality. I'm also looking to use a recycling program for the clothes when they're done.

I want to be the brand that you go to for your children's outdoor clothing. I want the customer to know that they are getting quality clothing that will uphold outside in the elements.

Shannon Vistisen

Fashion Designer

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Quilla Wasi

QUILLA WASI

About Quilla Wasi

Quilla wasi is about Perú,everything began in my constant trips to the interior of my country and to discover the great and the incrieble cultural baggage. I decided to found the collective that makes me interact and understand how my own culture is maintained and evolved. What do we do in the collective? We work with communities that preserve the art of weaving and transfer their knowledge, techniques and even style in fashion clothing, taking into account sustainable fashion as part of the value chain.

Hilda Elizabeth Sánchez Coronado

In a country where there is so much textile culture, I dare to say more than the Indu culture, the intention is to turn the economic wheel through the daily activity of the communities: based on the alpaca wool and based on a business fair . To talk with each artisan, is to enter a fascinating world, where they tell you their festivals, their customs of centuries past their concerns for modern society, their desires and continue weaving telling stories .

Hilda Elizabeth Sánchez Coronado

Fashion Designer

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Rosa Van Ederen, Netherlands
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Van Jos

Van Jos

About Van Jos

Four sisters seated in a row, all wearing the same dress. The height of dullness, the second girl in the row – Jos – thought. Later she would do things differently.

She had always loved fashion, because it offered so many possibilities. She took her aunt’s hand-me-downs and made new things from them. She learned her trade from the nuns at the housekeeping school, but her style was too daring for her to fit in at an atelier.

Ideas arise naturally. As she sits in a meadow, running a lovely piece of worsted through her fingers, Jos gets inspired. She can translates even a pretty door into a blouse. Its striking characteristic? The contrast, material and shapes. Each Van Jos item is unpredictable and striking.

The Van Jos label belongs to entrepreneur Rosa van Ederen, Jos’s daughter. Follow your heart, Jos told her. And who would ignore her mother’s wise words? And so Rosa set up Van Jos, alongside her work as a photographer.

And Rosa? She just loves Jos’s avalanche of ideas, from her cute details, to her clever and creative solutions. She is delighted to pass on the finest selection of these to you.

Rosa Van Ederen

I produce locally in The Netherlands, so I know under which workingconditions my clothing is made. For my fabrics and wool I use stocklots fabrics and wool.

Rosa Van Ederen

Fashion Entrepreneur

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Bohetnika

Bohetnika

Bohetnika

Bohetnika

Our company focuses in looking for disadvantaged artisans in small villages in Mexico and purchase their amazing clothing and accessories. We believe we can share their wonderful products with the world and at the same time, we want to offer them a better price for their hand work.

Lizeth Behrendt

I’m 34 years old Mexican creative who lives in Berlin since 2014. I love spending time working on creative projects, I have a degree in Communications and a master in Social Media. I enjoy doing graphic design and photography. I believe that being a positive and happy person can bring you all the best you can ever ask for.

Lizeth Behrendt

Fair Trade Fashion Label

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Aanin Collective

Aanin Collective

AANIN Collective

AANIN Collective

AANIN is committed to improving lives, preserving Amazonian indigenous textile traditions and being a catalyst for positive social change. Our goal is to empower indigenous Amazonian women, through promoting and preserving their textile art (little known, even within Peru) through the creation of high quality accessories, supporting community specific social projects and developing capacities. The textiles we use are handwoven with skills passed through generations of ancestors, and are a source of pride for the communities we work with. Our truly authentic and one-of-a-kind designs aim to showcase our partners’ ancestral weaving techniques and their wisdom and deep connection to the natural environment. All our products combine thoughtful design, social responsibility and the finest ethically-sourced materials as a tribute to Amazonian cultural traditions.

Kristi Denby

I am Canadian, raised in a ski town in the Rocky Mountains, and I have lived, studied and worked on 3 continents. In particular I have always been drawn to Latin American culture, studying abroad in Chile, surfing and driving to Panama from Canada with my best friend after university, spending significant amounts of time in Colombia with my in-laws, and now finally starting AANIN and working with other social enterprises in the highlands of the Peruvian Amazon. Professionally speaking, I have an extensive background working with indigenous communities around the globe, conducting environmental policy research and contributing to international development projects. I am passionate about slow fashion, social justice, artisan traditions, environmental sustainability, gender equality and creating real and lasting change in the communities I work with. Starting Aanin has allowed me to combine various strengths, goals and pursue my vision for a more just and equal world.

Slow Fashion Journey

Aanin is centered on building ethical and transparent partnerships with Amazonian weavers while sourcing the finest materials and working with small leather artisans to create one-of-a-kind handcrafted accessories. We are focused on preserving Amazonian indigenous textile traditions, improving lives and empowering the artisans we partner with, rather than exploiting them. It is extremely important to AANIN to building long-lasting partnerships, respect human rights and verifying ethical working conditions throughout our entire supply chain. We believe that ethical manufacturing must start from the ground up, and be applied throughout the entire supply chain. We are committed to transparency, environmentally sustainable practices and we provide support, skills training and mentoring according to each community or association’s needs. Simply put we are challenging the fast fashion industry because we are putting people, cultural artisan techniques and our planet before profits.

Kristi Denby

Fashion Designer

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Contelier

Contelier

Contelier

Contelier

Contelier is a creative consulting agency that connects diversity management with business development. Contelier is founded on the need for more diverse thinking in businesses and in particular the creative industries. We have seen far too many panels on diversity and diversity agencies that lack ethnic diversity themselves. We have seen far too many creative teams that are non diverse and in particularly exclude women of color. This has an impact on who is heard and seen and which products or services that are developed. We are ready to create change by bringing new ideas, products and services to the market.

Faduma Aden

We believe the slow fashion movement needs to include diversity. We believe sustainable fashion designer have the power to re-shape the industry on many front. It is therefore important not to forget about diversity while change is made. We can’t recreate the same fashion industry but only change the materials or the process of how the clothes are made. We need to also see the human side and see inclusion and representation as part of the change we need to make and as part of the future of fashion. Contelier is ready to take on this battle together with Slow Fashion World.

Faduma Aden

Consultancy Agency

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The Unmaterial Girl

The Unmaterial Girl

The Unmaterial Girl

The Unmaterial Girl

The Unmaterial Girl is sort of an alter ego I created after I decided to stop being a fast fashion addict and instead, became a slow fashion activist. I share my tips, insights, discoveries and DIY opp shop transformations through Instagram and my blog. I also speak at events in order to share my crazy journey so far, and inspire others towards a more sustainable way of shopping!

Leah-Jane Musch

I'm currently studying fashion with Billy Blue College of Design, so that when I step into the fashion industry I can be armed with a bunch of new and innovative ideas. Watching the documentary The True Cost literally changed my life. It opened my eyes to so many parts of the fashion industry that I had been personally avoiding, and once I saw that film I couldn’t deny that I needed to completely change the way I consumed. I sold about 80% of everything I owned, downsized to a one bedroom apartment and totally changed the way shopped. Mother’s right hand in the creation and execution of her Foundation Entre Soles y Lunas, inclined towards social environments. I found quite the mix!

Slow Fashion Journey

My blog contributes to slow fashion by inspiring and educating others about how damn fun it can be to get creative with second hand clothing, and that style never has to be sacrificed.

Leah-Jane Musch

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Slow Fashion Design

Slow Fashion Design

SLOW+FASHION+DESIGN

Slow+Fashion+Design

The goal is to get involved, through ideas and projects, to spread the “slow life” approach and the experiences that this leads to. People who believe in intellectual ethics, sustainability, and beauty.It is important to go back to the moment in which we were the central core of our own existence. Richness and wellness are not related to what someone owns but to the quality of life you decide to embrace. There is the urgency to realign with the natural rhythms of the universe, start to listen to our inner voice and satisfy our needs truly.

Alessandro Crosato

I have traveled from Los Angeles to Tokyo, from New York to Hong Kong. learning to look at everything, from clothing to architecture, from food to local culture, and learning about people and different tastes/thinking. SFD is about choosing a lifestyle. Fashion is our starting point, but the journey moves into design and everything else that embraces the SLOW philosophy.

Alessandro Crosato

Slow Fashion Platform

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Qaytu

Qaytu

QAYTU

Qaytu

Sustainable fashion is part of the daily life of Mirva Trujillo. In her country, Peru, she is in charge of creating bridges of empowerment for women who work as weavers in low-income communities. After an intensive period of exports to countries such as Japan, Belgium and France, Mirva consolidates Qaytu as a sustainable fashion brand made in Peru

Mirva Trujillo

Mirva discovered this way of creating businesses by connecting ancestral activity with the growing demand for products that had a correct value chain, respecting the social space of each group of weavers and training them in the art of weaving. Their main satisfaction is to see the well-being that unfolds from the careful work of the women with whom she works, making their well-being spread to each of their families. After an intensive period of exports to countries such as Japan, Belgium and France, Mirva consolidates Qaytu as a sustainable fashion brand made in Peru.

Mirva Trujillo

Designer and sourcing partner in Peru

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