October 18th, 2012 | by Talancia Pea
What are the opportunities that exist for creating a more sustainable fashion industry? What challenges remain. Dr. Kate Fletcher's recent lecture in St. Louis provided a glimpse into the future of "slow fashion."
September 18th, 2012 | by Talancia Pea
With a bustling social scene and calendar full of fun things to do, Saint Louis is known as a hub for entertainment in the Midwest. But this week the city ‘slows’ its’ approach to fashion and food and embraces the pace of sustainability
May 23rd, 2012 | by Talancia Pea
Just as the slow food movement prompted us to think about where and how our food was being produced -- agricultural practices, worker safety, cleanliness of factories, treatment of animals, etc. -- “slow fashion” encourages fashion “consumers” to consider where and how their clothing is being made and to develop a greater sense of connection to the materials taken from the environment to create their looks