What is "Sustainable Fashion" ? 

= Regenerative Fashion

It's a little different for every body, just like our body measurements ;)

For Baily Ann Rose, Sustainable Fashion is a consciousness around

the art & ritual of dressing oneself

in a healing tradition. 

Honestly a lil jaded bout the topic after practicing for 15 years,

with international fashion corporations greenwashing & ish,

& really interested in the Fibershed principles of Soil to Soil,

moving towards the term "Regenerative Fashion."

b.a.rose has utilized zero waste & upcycling design practices since her first collections created in Boulder in 2005 while pursuing her Bachelor's degree in Psychology (if you don't count her creating zero waste knitting patterns in 4-H Club, that's a joke for all the knitters hahaha) .

Her designs continue to be as zero waste as possible. 

Beginning in 2020, she has started a knitwear collection

(that is inherently designed zero waste due to the nature of knitting), 

with the intention to utilize 100% biodegradable materials, 

featuring a line of locally sourced fibers, utilizing Fibershed principles.

To seek out more on what Sustainable & Regenerative Fashion is, 

b.a.rose implores you to look over Fibershed 's & Fashion Revolution's websites, 

which provide a plethora of resources and information that can help you decide where your ethics

fit ;)

into the future of fashion.

(Baily Ann Rose has no official affiliation with either of the above-mentioned websites)

 Zero Waste design commissions from over the years

woven busted bicycle innertube rug

Made out of 144 Busted Innertubes collected from friends & bike shops. A Very Cushy Rug to Stand on While Working 

prayer flags & ceiling installation 

for

Kindness Yoga Studios in Denver, Colorado 

Made out of hundreds of pounds of old & stained event draping material that would have otherwise gone to landfill. 

Process photo :

The fabric laying out in my Leadville front yard Drying in the Sun after washing , before cutting & sewing

(studio 2)

woven rainbow tipi : interactive installation

for Westword Artopia Exhibit, Denver, February 2015

Made out of 300 + pounds of scrap fleece fabric created by a local clothing manufacturer. 

Guests were invited to take a skein of scrap & continue the weaving by physically & metaphorically "weaving their dreams into reality" at the exhibit

Process Photo : 

Sorting by Size in the Studio 

Looking up into Tipi When Sitting in it 

Signature Baily Rose Wrap Dress 

Zero Waste Pattern Design :

This Specific Dress is Made from Printed Stretch Scrap Fabric sourced from Fab Scrap in New York . 

This design does well with any fabric 

Zero Waste Pattern Design Made out of Italian Silk sourced from Fab Scrap  

Super Simple Tube Dress / Skirt 

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