Mili top
Mili top
Silk tussar top has been dyed in the shibori technique using reactive dyes. Shibori is an ancient dyeing technique from Japan, and different techniques include binding, stitching, folding, twisting, clamping and compressing. 100% Silk Tussar from India Dyed with reactive dyes. Reactive dyes are toxin and heavy metal free, use less water, less energy for heating and require no acids. Made in Singapore. Find out more about the maker here. Bleu is 168cm.
The Maker Journal Issue 1
The Maker Journal Issue 1
The first issue of The Maker focuses on artisanal designer and creators in the UK, highlighting the importance of craftsmanship, local production and cultural diversity and their position within slow fashion. Featuring the poetic designs of Chelsea Bravo, to colour experimentation with Sophie Cull-Candy, exploring ethnic denim with Story MFG, championing artisan skills with Luna Del Pinal, spearheading 'Made in England' with Hollie Ward, Otho and Henri, the launch issue is the most comprehensive guide to artisanal makers in the UK at the moment.
Alpar Beige Espadrille Sneaker Style
Alpar Beige Espadrille Sneaker Style
Slip on handcrafted genuine vegetable tanned leather espadrilles with jute and rubber soles. Vegetable tanning is an artisanal technique that utilises barks and leaves among other things, leaving the surface imperfect and unique. Material: Vegetable Tanned Leather (Upper), Jute and Natural Rubber (Soles) Designed and Assembled in Singapore. Find out more about the maker here.
Multifunctional cloth objects 1 linen x 11 uses 100% Belgian linen with cotton rope accessory 22 x 22 inches +/- 30 Editions made OSS Linens are multifunctional cloth objects with magical beginnings. The linens come to life from the whimsical world of the STUDIOOSS pop-up book, The Dining Room, where time travels across six cities and time zones along one fantastical table of treats and treasures. In each setting of The Dining Room, a miniature illustrated linen can be found. Made to human scale for everyday living, each OSS Linen can be used in eleven different ways for




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The Maker Bazaar is an extension to The Maker Journal.
The bazaar expands on the concept of artisanal fashion and makers in a contemporary context through a fresh shopping experience. The Maker Bazaar guarantees that the brands sold through the website have been examined and their supply chains deemed ethical.
The clothing, bags and shoes sold on the bazaar preserve artisanal skills and traditions, whilst modernising those practices. You can research the makers extensively on the platform, as well as be informed about the products through extensive information about materials, production process, dyes and their social impact.

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For us, transparency is the first and most important step for the fashion industry. If customers are more aware of the supply chains of their garments, they can make more informed decisions. Knowing and revealing your supply chain is important for makers, as it builds trust and honesty. Find out more about supply chains in product descriptions.



Sustainability stems from the actual making process of the garment. Some makers have sustainable dyeing processes, some have sustainable fibres in their materials and some have sustainable manufacturing processes or all of the above. Customers on our website will find out what is sustainable about the product in the description on The Maker Bazaar.



After transparency and sustainability, quality is important for the longevity of the garment. The products on this website have been carefully curated for the skilled craftsmanship, tailoring and know how behind them, which you can read more about in the description. Quality ensures products won’t be chucked carelessly in the landfill.