What is fast fashion?
Fast fashion produces clothing and textiles at warp speed. Fast textile brands sell for low price points, and emphasize trends over longevity and quality.
The massive waste from the production of synthetic fibers - which use vast amounts of water and fossil fuels - result in global water shortages and environmental harm to our planet.
Why Slow Textiles?
The slow textile movement is a growing response to the environmental impacts of fast fashion. Slow textiles are mostly made from environmentally friendly, renewable materials and recycled textiles. Slow textiles are typically more durable and of higher quality. Focus is on utilizing fibers that use environmentally friendly production processes and support small communities.
Renewable and sustainable fibers we use:
Japanese Monofil paper yarn
Japanese Monofil sparkle nylon