The Future of Fashion: Algiknit - Kelp Fibre

Kelp is one of the fastest growing organisms on earth and is readily available worldwide. By creating knit yarn from kelp (Laminaria Digitata) Algiknit aims to build a sustainable biodegradable fiber alternative to today's domineering petrochemical textiles. Meet AlgiKnit.

Indigo: History and Present Days of this Magical Blue Dye

The beauty of this colour and it’s use in traditional textiles across the globe has a special allure. For me, this attraction has been purely aesthetic. Indigo is used so beautifully in traditional textiles. But once I started delving into the history of indigo (for the purposes of writing this article) I discovered that there is so much more than meets the eye.

Finding Freedom in Minimalism

However many of us don’t want it to be this way, and for environmental, ethical and, or financial reasons, we choose to consume less and consume better.

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