ABOVE IMAGES BY CAROLINE WALKER EVANS

Inspired by the 2004 Bratz doll collection “Tokyo-a-go-go” and the early 1900s Edwardian/Gibson Girl aesthetic, artist and designer Janelle Abbott (JRAT) has painted, slashed, and spliced together deadstock and damaged Prairie Underground garments to create one of a kind works of art. In keeping with JRAT’s unique approach to the zero waste methodology, these pieces are “densely pleated, boldly clashing, and unexpectedly rhythmic.” Janelle’s work is scrappy, unapologetic, and a testament to just how much time and energy it takes for real humans to create every consumer product we engage with—this collection is a celebration of the tireless work and hardline commitment to ethical and sustainable fashion that both Prairie Underground and JRAT share. 

SUMMER 24

2ND DROP

A DAILY UNIFORM
INSPIRED BY ACTIVISTS, ARTISTS, AND NON-CONFORMISTS 
CREATION ITSELF SHOULD BE A SUSTAINABLE PRACTICE
A DAILY UNIFORM
INSPIRED BY ACTIVISTS, ARTISTS, AND NON-CONFORMISTS
CREATION ITSELF SHOULD BE A SUSTAINABLE PRACTICE

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BEGINNING TUFTING BY TRISHA GILMORE

This is a two day workshop, June 29th and 30th. 

10AM-4PM

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SUSTAINABLE APPAREL
MADE IN SEATTLE
SINCE 2004

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