Category: Clothing

Fibershed Knitalong Wrap-Up

This is the second blog featuring the Fibershed Knitalong, a collaborative endeavor to support us all growing closer to the land that shelters us. If you missed the first blog, read about the project and the ‘Roundtable’ of knitters who joined in to kick off this community effort. Here, we checked in with Fibershed members and supporters to reflect on […]

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Fibershed Knitalong Roundtable

The Fibershed Knitalong is a collaborative endeavor that will support us all growing closer to the land that shelters us. It is an invitation to deepen your understanding of your region through connecting with local fiber producers and creating a regionally grown garment with your own two hands. Here, we asked a few Fibershed members and […]

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Ambatalia: A Non-Disposable Life

Written and photographed by Koa Kalish After a 20 year stint as a full-time hairdresser, Molly de Vries was certain there was something more for her. She gave herself one year to “collect clues” for her soul path and true calling.  The clues led her into a typical fabric shop, which according to Molly “was […]

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Who Grew Our Clothes?

By Rebecca Burgess Unraveling the story behind the glamor and surface appeal of fast fashion is like Dorothy and her little dog toto pulling the curtain back on the man whose amplified voice is used to create the illusion of the Wizard of Oz. The fervor and pomp of fast fashion lies in contrast to […]

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From Fashion to Fabric: Questions of Origins

By Nicki Taylor Nicki Taylor launched the One Year One Outfit Fibershed Affiliate, a project to investigate supply chains and spend the course of a year sourcing one local outfit. Based in Australia, Taylor invited people from around the world to participate in the challenge, cultivating a diverse range of local clothing and community. Fashion […]

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Building the Fashion Revolution

Andrea Plell is the founder of Ecologique Fashion an ethical and sustainable fashion consultancy based in the San Francisco Bay Area. Since 2007, Plell has put her background in business and marketing to work to change the fashion industry, from creating editorial content to coordinating fashion shows. Ecologique Fashion has worked with the 25th Street […]

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