Slowing it down

Overall, the culture of continuous improvement is characterized by a commitment to excellence, a focus on collaboration and teamwork, and a willingness to embrace change and adapt to new circumstances in order to achieve long-term success.

AET is evolving toward more unique, one-off, handmade pieces.

We are embracing a movement that advocates for a more sustainable and ethical approach to fashion production and consumption.

Environmental sustainability: Emphasizing the use of eco-friendly materials and production methods, which reduces our carbon footprint. By choosing slow fashion brands, consumers can support the reduction of textile waste and help reduce the pollution caused by fashion production.

Social responsibility: Slow fashion brands often prioritize fair labor practices, which means that workers are paid fairly and work in safe and healthy conditions. By supporting slow fashion brands, consumers can promote ethical labor practices and contribute to the welfare of garment workers.

Quality and durability: Our pieces are designed to be timeless and long-lasting. By investing in high-quality clothing and accessories, consumers can reduce their overall consumption of fashion items and save money in the long run.

Individual style: Renewed focus on unique, handmade pieces that reflect the creativity of the designer. By choosing slow fashion items, consumers can express their individual style and stand out from the mass-produced clothing that dominates the fast fashion industry.

Local economies: Supporting local and small-scale production, which can contribute to the development of local economies. By buying from local slow fashion brands, consumers can support small businesses and promote sustainable economic growth.