Slow Textiles at the House of Lords


Baroness Lola Young, Dilys Williams, Kate Fletcher and others listen to William Kroll present his weaving and indigo dyeing process in the Committee Room at the House of Lords, March 2011.


Recently, Slow Textiles have been liaising with MPs and members of the House of Lords.

Sustainable Fashion and Sustainable Textiles are on the political agenda. 
It’s official.

All Party Political debate is now formally engaged in the subject and so, fellow Slowsters, the qualities, characteristics and yield that Slow generates are rising up the cultural agenda.

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