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Q&A: Sandi and Camila Gillman weave slowness in a world of speed

Sandi and Camila Gillman are the mother-daughter duo behind Cape Town-based textile studio, Sett & Beat. They were finalists at the Twyg Sustainable Fashion Awards 2021 in the Textile Maker or Mill category. “Sett” is the term in weaving that describes how many...

Q&A: Rethread’s Alexa Schempers on the evolution of her circular fashion brand

Rethread has long since been a brand that Twyg has admired for the way that designer and founder, Alexa Schempers, uses waste to create unique and sustainable garments. Rethread focuses on selling three categories of clothing: redesigned (upcycled), sustainably-made...
2019 Awards
Twyg Sustainable Fashion Awards: 2019 Nominations Are Open

Twyg Sustainable Fashion Awards: 2019 Nominations Are Open

We’re delighted to announce that the inaugural Twyg Sustainable Fashion Awards are open for nominations. These awards recognise Southern African designers who have implemented a sustainable design approach and foster ethical practices in the fashion industry.

Our work is in line with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals 12, which aims to ensure sustainable consumption and production. Read More