Whilst the world feels like it may be going crazy right now (well at least in South Africa) it is no surprise that slow fashion ideals like Embroidery take center stage on catwalks and in retail establishments a like .
According to Tara St James in her piece “ The Business of Ethical Fashion“ for Notjustalabel.com, “Slow Fashion is the movement of designing, creating, and buying garments for quality and longevity. James goes on to say that slow fashion encourages slower production schedules, fair wages, lower carbon footprints, and (ideally) zero waste. She surmises that people have reached a place in society where garments seen on a runway today are knocked off and available in stores tomorrow. By adding transparency about our production process and educating consumers about the craft of clothes making, we hope consumers will begin to understand what is required of producing a well-made garment”
And the great thing about this trend is that it is genuinely hard to get wrong. Whether it is a hint on a jacket lapel or an all over dress – embroidery has never been more fashionable.
Whether it is a vintage piece revived and styled with fresh patent accessories or freshly pressed haberdashery embroidery placement don’t miss out on this seasons fashion trend.
Want to Learn how to Do this Yourself ? Don’t have time to accidently click on sites that missguide you ? Then this is the site for you :
Don’t have time to create a dam thing or looking to be inspired? Follow and buy the artwork of clever Vancouver based Caitlin Benson . Her hand embroidered works of art art for sale on etsy.
a big thankyou to The Design Sponge for the exstensive list of embroidery instagram feeds to follow. What a treat your website is for any creative person.