Lissome is a passion project, and what started as a one person exploration, has slowly and organically grown into a self-funded, independent publication, created by a dedicated all-women team of volunteers here in Berlin, as well as a wider, international community of writers, photographers, and stylists. Our intention to go into print originates from a strong wish to chronicle this important moment in time, and to be a catalyst for a thoughtful kind of transformation.
A conversation with City Quitters author Karen Rosenkranz about what she learned interviewing creatives who are living and thriving outside of the city.
On Saturday, April 27th, 2019, Slow Factory hosted “Study Hall: Sustainability as a Culture”, the fourth part of its captivating conference series on sustainability in fashion. Following swiftly after a successful partnership with the United Nations in February, the first international edition was held in London at Central Saint Martins and organised in collaboration with Fashion Revolution.
In April 2019, we find ourselves in the midst of a spring upheaval and weeks of hopeful and exhilarating grassroots action. Whilst Extinction Rebellion is raising climate emergency awareness to the next level on the streets of London and worldwide, Fashion Revolution is bringing people together during its annual, global Fashion Revolution Week …
For environmentalism to work, it can’t just be a lifestyle choice. It has to be civically engaged, intersectional, inclusive, and based on solutions (not shame).
After attending this year’s summit, the words of EU commissioner for competition, Margarethe Vestager, still linger: “It’s no longer a lonely endeavour, it’s a collective endeavour”.