Slow sustainable fashion meets yoga in this heart opening episode with our dear Lady Farmer friend, Amanda Agricola. A true renaissance woman, Amanda is the creator of Flowy, a sustainable slow fashion brand providing comfortable, naturally dyed garments for yoga and life, using materials that bring a consciousness to how we cover our bodies. As an artist and entrepreneur, Amanda brings a thoughtful and intentional eye to her products, empowering her customers energetically while also supporting mother earth. A disheartened consumer herself, frustrated by the systemic failures of the apparel industry, Amanda created Flowy out of a desire to cultivate a deeper appreciation for the materials that cover our bodies. Not only does she make her products herself, but Amanda invites participation in the making process through natural dye workshops and by distributing seeds for customers to grow their own dye gardens. She also offers a do-it-yourself dye kit to further encourage awareness of this sustainable process. Working with nature through these hands-on, intuitive methods, Amanda integrates her lifestyle and work with her goal to create a little love and comfort in the world.
- Kundalini yoga
- Natural Dyes
- Conscious Closet
- Slow Fashion
- Recycled Materials
- Natural Materials
- Sustainable Undergarments
- Maryland Institute College of Art
- Ishamel by Daniel Quinn
- Tomorrow will be Better by Betty Smith
- A Tree Grows in Brooklyn by Betty Smith
- The ALMANAC
Original music by John Kingsley @jkingsley1026
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