The Maker Bazaar

The Maker Bazaar has launched as an extension of The Maker Journal. The bazaar will expand 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. Customers can research the makers extensively on the platform, as well as be informed about the products they purchase through extensive information about materials, production process, dyes and their social impact.

The online slow fashion marketplace features local makers from Singapore, including Kopou, Ashenfeld, Lisa Teng Studios, Project Love Mei and Lienstudio. The products available ranges from womenswear, menswear, shoes to bags. The makers have been carefully curated for their dedication to craftsmanship, hand making techniques and local production. Kopou explores shibori, block printing and screen printing in her abstract dresses and tops in Khadi cotton, Tussar silk and linen. Ashenfeld produce T-shirts from nettle and sublime tailored shirts and shorts made of 100% cotton. Lisa Teng Studios’ focus is on hand stitched off cut leather espadrilles, vegetable tanned leather with jute and natural rubber soles made in house. The bags from Lienstudio are mostly made locally and feature woven straw, cork and genuine leather as materials. The collection of silk tops and dresses we have from Project Love Mei are made by tailors in Shanghai out of pure Chinese silk. Discover our wonderful products and The Maker Bazaar here.

carefully curated for their dedication to craftsmanship, hand making techniques and local production

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