By  on February 23, 2018

Green is the new black, so they say. And companies such as Slow Factory, an online-first brand and fashion technology lab that manufactures accessories and apparel, is pioneering new methods for sustainability and in some ways, redefining the word.

Founded by designer, advocate and writer Céline Semaan, Slow Factory is perhaps best known for its high-resolution digital images from NASA that are printed on natural Italian silks. Each piece created by Slow Factory is 100 percent clean, fair trade, supports a partner NGO and is part of a narrative regarding human rights or environmental awareness, the company stated.

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