One might ask what Johnny Cash and online fashion retailing from Hong Kong have in common, but for some of us, this unlikely pairing makes perfect, ‘pull up your bootstraps’ sense. A Boy Named Sue […]Tags: A Boy Named Sue, Abigail Doan, conscious fashion, eco fashion, ethical fashion, Fleabags, Groceries Apparel, Hien Le, Hong Kong fashion, Isabell de Hillerin, Muzungu Sisters, Partimi, The Sway.
Navigating the deep waters of any fashion week can be both exhilarating and exhausting with back-to-back runway shows, late-night parties, and complete schedule overload for even the most adrenaline-pumped enthusiasts. Perhaps this is why I […]Tags: Abigail Doan, Brooklyn fashion designers, Ecco Domani winner Titania Inglis, ethical fashion, New York Fashion Week SS13, NYC independent fashion labels, Textile Arts Center, The Wild Magazine, Titania Inglis, Titania Inglis SS13
Eko-Lab has been artfully navigating the cool rivulets of art and fashion since their early days as members of the House of Organic aka “Ekovaruhuset” collective on the Lower East Side. Designers Xing-Zhen Chung Hilyard […]Tags: Abigail Doan, art fashion collaborations, Brooklyn fashion designers, Eko-Lab, Eko-Lab Dark Blossom, ethical fashion, Jennifer Wen Ma, sustainable fashion, The Wild Magazine
Wouldn’t it be progress if just about every fashion label moving forward was structured like a lab, or at least a cross-cultural incubator for exploring rich artisan traditions, economically viable production models, and smart fashion […]Tags: Abigail Doan, Andean textiles, Andria Crescioni, Awamaki Lab, Courtney Cedarholm, ethical fashion, fair trade Peru, Peruvian weaving, Quechua culture, The Wild Magazine
Whether you are a fast fashion junkie or a slow fashion gourmand, there is no disputing that today’s fashion tragedies are not just about outrageous celebrity tastes or luxury brand designers with major burnout, but […]Tags: Abigail Doan, Aminul Islam, Bangladeshi garment workers, Clean Clothing Campaign, ethical fashion, garment workers, H&M, Human Rights Watch, Lucy Siegle, murder of Aminul Islam, The Wild Magazine
Anyone who’s seen – or perhaps waited in – the lengthy lines of people waiting to trade their current Apple gadgets for the latest and greatest product can agree that we extol the virtues of […]Tags: e-commerce, ethical fashion, Fashion, India, IOU Project, Kavita Parmar, madras, Roxanne Fequiere, textiles, The Wild Magazine