Similar to the slow food movement, Slow fashion it is more nutritious, fulfilling and better for you [and them].
The Slow fashion movement is about more than just slowing down the pace of the industry; it’s a socially conscious movement that shifts the consumers mindset from quantity to quality.
Slow fashion is not time-based but quality-based, requiring a different approach in which designer, buyers, retailers, and consumers are more aware of the impacts of products on workers, communities, and ecosystems.
“Buy well, choose well, make it last” - Vivienne Westwood
Above: Australian designer Katherine Mavridis (living in NYC)