It is for people who love art and wearing it.
Slow fashion is hand weaving on the floor loom with natural fibres to make clothing. This is usually a floor loom, but could also be a table loom or a frame loom. The process involves threading the warp through the loom and then the weft is woven in and out. The process is slow but the results are worth it. This is for people who are passionate about art and want to wear it.
I’ve been weaving for over a year now, and I’ve learned so much. If you’re interested in trying your hand at weaving, I highly recommend it. It’s a fun and rewarding hobby.
At a slow pace created with intention by a weaver who does it to project sustainability, mindfulness, and deep creativity – it’s not a process that can be rushed.
Sustainability and ethical
There is no precise definition of slow fashion, but the general idea is that it is a more sustainable and ethical alternative to the fast fashion industry. Slow fashion advocates for quality over quantity, and emphasizes things like fair labour practices, environmental sustainability, and durability. Slow fashion brands often use sustainable materials and traditional production methods and focus on creating timeless, high-quality pieces.
If you’re interested in learning more about slow fashion or supporting slow fashion brands, you can do a few things.
First, you can educate yourself about the slow fashion movement and the problems with the fast fashion industry.
Second, you can support slow fashion brands by buying from them, sharing their products with your friends, and writing reviews.
Finally, you can spread the word about slow fashion on social media and other online platforms.
How to be a global citizen- avoid fast fashion.
Avoid fast fashion and buy only slow fashion which is sustainable and environmentally friendly.
Fast fashion refers to the ultra-fast and cheap processes employed by the fashion industry that can harm the environment. The retail industry designs, manufactures, transports, and sells seasonal styles just before a new trend comes along to repeat the cycle. Meanwhile, a study published by Labfresh found that 57.1% of fashion waste from 15 countries across the EU ends up in landfills. refer here
Most clothing fibres are made from plastic, including polyester, which will never fully decompose.
Aside from harming wildlife and emitting carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, it behaves just like other plastics. Unlike other plastics, it is rarely recycled and breaks down into microplastics over time.
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