Gallery: SUSTAINABLE STYLE: Alabama Chanin’s (Slow) Eco-Fashion


We cannot properly usher in spring without checking in to see what hometown gal Natalie “Alabama” Chanin has cooking down in Florence, Alabama. We love that the former star of Project Alabama has returned to her old haunts to set up a ‘sustainable’ design studio, manufacturing facilities, and a soon to open flagship store. Alabama Chanin‘s home-brewed, limited-edition products for the individual and the home incorporate a mixture of new, organic and recycled materials crafted by artisans who live and work in the local community. Thanks to Chanin, “made-by-hand in the USA” is undergoing a true renaissance and her Slow Design creations have set a captivating tempo and high standard for eco-fashion collectibles.

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  1. tstallings April 10, 2008 at 11:10 pm

    a long time fan of natalie’s work. beautiful craft and absolutely inspiring philosophy. a refreshing look at ‘made in the usa’ and a wonderful nod to our rich history.

  2. albertshi March 25, 2008 at 10:02 am

    It’s realy realy cool. I love it.

  3. honeybreeze March 24, 2008 at 10:31 am

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