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    Wabi Sabi EcoFashionConcept Blog — fashion Revolution Day

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    Behind The Scenes @ Wabi Sabi Eco Fashion Concept: Who makes our clothes?

    Eventhough Fashion Revolution Day has passed transparency in manufacturing is as important today as it was back on April 24th. At Wabi Sabi we are proud to produce our eco friendly women´s contemporary dress collection in a local atelier. This allows us not only to have strict controls and a hands on approach to manufacturing, but also to gives us the pleasure to develop a wonderful relationship with the women who make our clothes.

    This is Isabel. Isabel is an excellent seamstresses as well as a mom, grandmom, wife, sister, and friend to many. When not working she loves to travel. She has an incredible work ethic and great attention to detail. Isabel is one of the women that we are proud to have creating garments for Wabi Sabi Eco Fashion Concept.

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    Who Makes our Clothes: Handprints the video

    Handprints, a video reflection about the people who make our clothes

     As Fashion Revolution Day nears we think it is important to start reflecting about where, how and by whom our clothes are made. Who stitched you favorite T-shirt? Who cut the fabric for your favorite lbd?  

    If our clothes could talk, image everything they would tell us about  far away places, cultures, sounds, sights, smells, colors, and the people involved.

    You wear garments that form part of the life story of the people who make them.

    The film is the result of a collaboration between filmaker Mary Nighy and  Eco-Age . The actress and model Elettra Wiedemann, who shows her support for eco and ethical fashion, stars in the film.