What is Slow Fashion?
Slow fashion is an approach to fashion that prioritizes sustainability and ethical practices. It involves producing clothing and accessories that are of high quality, timeless, and made to last. The slow fashion movement is a response to the environmental and social impacts of fast fashion, which relies on cheap labor, unsustainable materials, and rapid production cycles. Slow fashion emphasizes transparency, fair trade, and local production, and encourages consumers to make mindful choices when it comes to purchasing clothing.
- Stephanie Blackford