Wednesday, December 19, 2007

Waiting for the Monsoon: Slow Clothes in India

Charllotte Kwon & Mahesh Dosaya

The slow movement first appeared as a reaction against fast food culture. It has since expanded to challenge thinking on everything from tourism to clothing. Slow clothes are made with an eye to the human impact of production rather than the need to race to meet a fashion trend.

Recorded at the 2007 Maiwa Textile Symposium on October 11, 2007
Posted November 2007