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We need to care about design processes of how are clothes are made, consumed, and disposed of in just the same way as we would care about our food.

Slow Food and Slow Fashion-"One way that plant dyeing has been a very successful tool for the slow fashion and textile movement is in how easy the process (which is nearly, if not identical to the process of cooking) of applying plant based color to anything that you already may have in your home or wardrobe as a connective and sensory process, thus allowing you to WANT to know more"

Slow Textiles 'dinner to dye for' with

Permacouture: Where Slow Food and Slow Fashion Meet

Our Beetroot purple during the rinsing process.

from ArchDaily

Winners of Habitat for Humanity's Sustainable Home Design Competition

Habitat for Humanity's Sustainable Home Design Competition Winner.

from Inhabitat

Fashion Icon Paul Smith Co-Designed a Rotating Shed That Chases Natural Light

This little studio shed has been designed and built by the London-based furniture maker Nathalie de Leval, on the behalf of fashion designer Paul Smith. No