A 3500 km adventure by foot across Southeast Asia in search of people creating fashion in beautiful ways.

 
 

THE stories

NEW VIDEO! Azurapak Denim integrates Thai silk with Japanese denim. Mod, the founder, is passionate about encouraging the next generation of Thai teenagers to embrace their traditional heritage.

NEW VIDEO! Every year Ker, a Black Hmong woman, creates new clothes for her family from scratch. These clothes are intricate, unique and beautiful and take the entire year to make. Ker shares the process she goes through in this video. Do you think you'd be able to make your clothes from seed to stitching?

Wise women talk about what you can do to create a better fashion industry for the people behind the clothes. #fashrev #whomademyclothes

We believe the clothes we wear should reflect the world we want to live in

NEW VIDEO! Pactics is a factory in Cambodia that is bucking the trend and prioritising people and planet alongside profit. Wouldn't it be great if more factories in Cambodia operated like this?

Lamorna from Studio Naenna in Chiang Mai talks about how connecting with the story behind our clothes feels good and can change the way you treat the things that you wear.

We visited Dorsu in Kampot, Cambodia. This is the beautiful story of friendship between Kunthear and Hanna, the founders of the brand.