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.
Buddha Babe is a Philadelphia-based luxury design studio focusing on accessories for babies, toddlers, and the home.
GOLDEN HOUR’s small batch garments are hand sewn in Kensington using sustainable deadstock fabrics.
Granaté by Annina King is a line comprising high-end, made to measue, and fully custom garments.
Holloman’s pieces reflect the bold patterns, style, and vibe of city life by using abstract lines and vibrant colors to become a statement.
Walé Oyéjidé and tailor Sam Hubler are described as two artists with a zeal for creating beautiful things that challenge the status quo.
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.
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.
MayFaire Moon Corsets & Costumes
Multiple corset lacings make these pieces not just incredibly versatile and accommodating, but also beautiful and unique.
Riverside Tool and Dye
All goods are hand-painted and dyed using natural fibers and small batch processes with a modern approach to tradtional Japanese dyeing techniques.
Sandra Miller Design
Sandra’s innovative designs and top-quality craftsmanship have won her accolades throughout the craft and textile world.