Artists and Makers – Textiles, Wearable
Alice Alexander is a size-inclusive, ethically-made apparel brand with a mission to empower women to wear clothes that express their style and values.
Asata Maisé’s garments are just a reflection of the designer’s passionate commitment to personal development, inspiring others, and preserving a tradition that has become overlooked with the rise of fast fashion.
Our core mission is the alchemy of art, fashion and design principles found in architecture to elevate and transform common materials into wearable works art.
Daughters of Medusa
Daughters of Medusa takes inspiration from Medusa’s story to inspire resilience…she reminds us that the gifts of wisdom, rebirth, and protection are within us.
Granaté by Annina King is a line comprising high-end, made to measue, and fully custom garments.
Grant BLVD sources reclaimed fabrics, manufactures exclusively in Philadelphia, and supports incarcerated and returning citizens.
Walé Oyéjidé and tailor Sam Hubler are described as two artists with a zeal for creating beautiful things that challenge the status quo.
My training and specialties are in textile and apparel design, illustration, and costume history.
Lillian Jackson Textiles
Each knit good is hand-loomed, with built-in shaping, finished on the knitting machine, then hand-dyed using low impact dyes and processes.
Rooted in slow fashion values, Lobo Mau is a zero waste company that produces with local factories and silk screens its original textiles in house.
Sherman’s lively interpretations of color, pattern, texture, and shape pay homage to her passion for nature, world cultures, and the female body.
I create two bodies of work: limited editions and one of a kind pieces. My strengths lie in the interesting fabrics and attention to detail.
Modest Transitions aims to empower women through conscious clothing, beauty and inclusion, while respecting Mother Earth.
NINObrand is a living, breathing representation of Bela Shehu’s resourceful spirit, ingenuity, and hard-won utilitarian design perspective.
Roy Urban Kollection
Unique fusions made into existing and unique pieces that reveal the beauty of Africa from their beautiful handmade batik textiles, fashion designs and artworks.
Sandra Miller Design
Sandra’s innovative designs and top-quality craftsmanship have won her accolades throughout the craft and textile world.
Sharon Bedford Designs
My wearable fiber art stems from a desire to make beautiful garments for color and texture lovers. I am intrigued and challenged by designing patterns in modules and blocks to get a watercolor like effect.