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Meet Kathryn Hilderbrand
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If you are up to speed with the slow fashion community, chances are you have heard of Kathryn Hilderbrand or at least one of the projects she is currently spearheading. Hilderbrand is a radiant soul who devotes an innate and positive intensity to everything she does. Her staunch dedication to the slow fashion movement is evident. Hilderbrand perfectly melds her passion for conscious fashion with her tremendous talents, while pursuing her childhood dream to create beautiful things.  

 

 
Texture Blends by Renli Su
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Renli Su may very well be one of the first Chinese designers (if not the first) on the international arena who is clearly committed to sustainable fashion. The Renli Su installation or tableau at Fashion Scout would probably be relevant as an image of peasant China, or a musing of a Pre-Raphaelite or John Millais painting. Pastoral completely. I think it's about time we have a pastoral comeback on the fashion front; the last really huge one must have been at the time of the 'Laura Ashley' era. Renli Su's inspiration for the collection, however, is derived from the textures of Brazilian artist Mira Schendal.

 
Brand Profile: dikokore designs
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dikokore designs brings colorful grass bracelets from Benin in West Africa to the US. They work with a cooperative of over 30 women who hand weave these bracelets in a tradition that is several centuries old. The bracelets are strong, light and unique, and the little quirks and intricacies of each bracelet are an important part of this hand-crafted work: they show the intimacy and uniqueness of each woman.

 

 
Themis and Thread Committed to Creating Change
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Themis and Thread has joined many other ethical brands in maintaining attention on the Rana Plaza disaster and bringing awareness to the events that took place to cause it. Of the 1,129 dead as a result of the Rana Plaza collapse on April 24, 2013, most were women; many were the only breadwinners of the household. The consequences of the Rana Plaza disaster are far reaching - hundreds of children orphaned and older family members who relied on this source of income are now struggling to survive with no time to grieve and their own lives on the line.

 

 
Factory45: A New Accelerator for Fashion Startups
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Sustainable fashion consultant and entrepreneur, Shannon Whitehead, is launching an exciting new program for fashion startups that want to accelerate their path to success.  This month Factory45 opens its virtual doors to a select group of people who will spend six months together in 2-month long modules from June 2 to December 2, 2014. The program is entirely online with weekly group calls and bi-monthly one-on-one consulting sessions. There will also be videos, worksheets, scripts, templates and recorded expert interviews available with each new module. I had a chance to speak with Shannon about the program. 

 

 
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