Change is in the wind for Oregon’s R.A.W. Textiles, and that’s good news for anyone who has coveted the indie label’s mesmerizing eco-garments.
Tie-dye is the ugly stepsister of the fashion family: underappreciated, ignored and forced to sit at the children’s table. No one takes tie-dye seriously.
Most artists are familiar with the timeless struggle between creativity and commerce. It’s one thing to express your inner visions on canvas, quite another to make a living doing so.
Good news today for lovers of truly unique, one-of-a-kind underthings — or anybody who goes out of their way to support authentic eco-conscious fashion labels.