For this installment of our panel discussions, we will be discussing all things Slow Fashion. Whether or not we are all style experts, we all wear clothes at one point or another. Most of us buy from big brands, the fast fashion industry, usually for convenience. Emerging in the latter half of the twenty-first century, the Fast Fashion industry is represented by the giants such as Zara, H&M, and Joe Fresh. Their low prices and fast cat-walk to rack timing means that people can be stylish at lost cost, but also low quality. It’s designed to move quickly, and make you feel like you need to buy something new every week to stay in style. The human, environmental, and social costs are overwhelming.
Slow Fashion is the answer to this. Emerging from the Slow Movement, slow fashion means moving back to what the clothing and fashion industry were meant to be. It means every piece of clothing was made with care and attention by skilled artisans. It means items are made to last, and quality is key.
Learn more about the slow fashion movement by clicking on the link below!!
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