Slow fashion brands

Upgrade your wardrobe with sustainable slow fashion brands that prioritize quality and ethical production. Explore top brands that offer timeless pieces made to last.
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20 Eco-Friendly & Ethical Clothing Brands You’ll Love - Pretty Simple Days

Improve the ethical impact of your closet with these 20 ethical clothing brands that are addressing the negative impact of fast fashion.

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Fashion Forward Slow Fashion Brands

Fashion-forward slow fashion brands aren’t always easy to find. I feel like I am constantly seeing them on Instagram when I am scrolling, but then when I actually need to buy something they are nowhere to be found. That’s why I’ve made this easy access list— so when that moment comes that you need a […]

Lilli Manso
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Infographic: Global Apparel and Textile Insights | Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

Infographic: what you need to know about the fashion industry. In the past forty years, the scale and the geographical distribution of production of the textile, clothing and footwear industries have changed dramatically.

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