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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    Quilla Wasi

    Hilda Elizabeth Sánchez Coronado, Perù
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    Rosa Van Ederen, Netherlands
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    Lizeth Behrendt, Germany
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    The Circular Project

    The Circular Project

    THE CIRCULAR PROJECT

    The Circular Project

    The Circular Project is a pioneering project in Spain for its holistic approach to the integral work of sustainable fashion as part of a whole: social, ecological and economic and whose objective is to favor and promote ecodesign in all its aspects, from The manufacture for sale both physical and online, to its communication and dissemination in all areas.

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    The Circular Project is a pioneering project in Spain for its holistic approach to the integral work of sustainable fashion as part of a whole: social, ecological and economic.

    Paloma Garcia

    Paloma, a graduate in Journalism and an expert in Business Communication, CEO Founder of The Circular Project, an integral sustainable fashion project that is part of the Common Good Economy and goes beyond the simple act of marketing fashion. In turn, is president of the Association of Sustainable Fashion Madrid, a group born with the intention of creating the conditions that help the new brands to strengthen and grow.

      Paloma Garcia

      Online and physical platform for fashion brands

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      Spain

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      Hilda Elizabeth Sánchez Coronado, Perù
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      Rosa Van Ederen, Netherlands
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      Lizeth Behrendt, Germany
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      Susana Nakatani

      Susana Nakatani

      SUSANA NAKATANI

      Susana Nakatani

      Swedish sustainable clothing brand. Lovingly designed & handcrafted in Europe. Susana Nakatani is a small fashion label with a global presence. Created by its namesake who produces the designs from her base in Malmö, Sweden. By using recycled materials or re-purpose fabrics, zippers or buttons; it gives a story to each garment but it is also a good way to be kind to the environment. Susana Nakatani always collaborates with small, local manufacturers and professionals.

      Susana Nakatani

      I believe that the process of creating clothes should be organic, sustainable and in connexion with one self and our surroundings, away from materialism and mass production. Crafting effortless, elegant pieces is simply a part of my blood. I am a dressmaker who grew up in Spain, my childhood pastime was to sew clothes for my dolls with mum’s leftover fabrics and buttons. With the time, living in many different countries and continents fed that passion and added a unique set of influences to my creations. My aim is that every garment and accessory I make is done individually, designed in Sweden and hand-crafted in Europe. I love using recycled materials, leftover fabrics, natural fibres and reused buttons and zippers.

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      Every garment and accessory is made individually, designed in Sweden and hand-crafted in Spain. We use recycled materials, leftover fabrics, natural fibres and reused buttons and zippers to create a clean and classic style. Everything is designed and lovingly made in Europe.

      Susana Nakatani

      Fashion Designer and Sourcing Consultant

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      Rosa Van Ederen, Netherlands
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      Lizeth Behrendt, Germany
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      Puka Wear

      Puka Wear

      Puka Wear

      About Puka Wear

      The beautiful African designs that adorn Puka Wear’s clothes are made exclusively for us. On the “African print” market, many designs flourish made by skilled designers. Unfortunately, many counterfeits are also found and so it was extra important for us to work together with the designers, designing directly for and with us.
      For us, transparency is of utmost importance and we want to bring forward the amazing designers that we collaborate with. The beauty of this world is meant to be shared with everyone!

      It is therefore with great pride that we present our collaborating design partner Karingana wa Karingana, run by Wacy and Djamila based in Maputo, Mozambique.
      We first met with Wacy and Djamila in Maputo in October 2015 when Maya was traveling to Mozambique, building the founding structure of Puka Wear. We realized that we had a shared passion for spreading the unique aesthetics of the African continent to the world, and that’s where it started.

       

      About The Designer

      Within me lies the cultures of Sweden, Mozambique, and India. In my heart I feel the deep, thick forests of Sweden, I dance to the rhythms of Mozambique, and I chant to the Indian prayers.

      Today I stand firmly on the ground and feel the strength from within, expressing what is me. But it was not always easy.

      My life is not much different from yours. I followed the path that I thought was given me and with expectations from myself and society I continued walking, never really asking why.

      With the profound power that lies within the practice of yoga, I started to become aware of myself and my thoughts. On the yoga mat we take a closer look at ourselves, we see patterns and become conscious of how we behave towards ourselves and others. From the first day I stood on the yoga mat, everything was changed and I started walking a new path in life. My path.

        Slow Fashion Journey

        With collaborating partner and producer, Puka Wear has worked together on location in Portugal to create leggings that are both stretchy, soft, and conscious in choices of material. Puka Wear leggings are proudly made in northern Portugal from GOTS certified organic cotton.

        With the abundance of beautiful textile art on the African continent, Puka Wear wants to empower women to walk their own path in life and to truly express their core self.

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        Puka Wear

        Sweden
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        Quilla Wasi

        Hilda Elizabeth Sánchez Coronado, Perù
        Fashion and Design

        Van Jos

        Rosa Van Ederen, Netherlands
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        Lizeth Behrendt, Germany
        Fair Trade Fashion Label

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