Posted in
Posted in

Visible Mending is a New Art

Apart from invisible mending, manufacturers, and brands that value sustainability is starting to use visible mending to prolong the lifespan of their clothing and connect with consumers who care about sustainability. Such mending can be traced back to Japanese Sashiko stitching from the Edo period. Sashiko, which means “small stabs” in Japanese, refers to the […]

CONTINUE READING Visible Mending is a New Art 1 min read
Posted in
Posted in

The growth of the Repairing Movement

In a nutshell, “sustainable” implies “less worse”: new products manufactured from materials that are less harmful to the environment than they might have been. The issue at the foundation of fashion’s reluctant paradigm shift is that, whether you call it “sustainable” or not, the production of entertaining but pointless new things that people want is […]

CONTINUE READING The growth of the Repairing Movement 1 min read





Create an account

Your personal data will be used to support your experience throughout this website, to manage access to your account, and for other purposes described in our privacy policy.

Password Recovery

Lost your password? Please enter your username or email address. You will receive a link to create a new password via email.