The “Slow Movement “ is a steadily growing crusade throughout the world affecting food, design, travel, fashion and many other initiatives. The “Slow Fashion” concept is to change the habits of current globalized mass production. The mainstream fashion industry relies upon the overconsumption of goods by today’s consumer at a cost to the environment and the supply chain workers. In an interest of sustainability, the steps to challenge the current situation are to agree to a “slow approach”. This ideal is to take time ensuring quality manufacturing, give true value to merchandise and consider the correlation with the environment.
Examples of slow fashion practices include: