Updated: Nov 9, 2020
Veerle Wils takes the slow fashion message to heart. In a very bold move, she immediately admits to not being a big fan of the fashion industry on her own website. And she is not just saying that to score points with the slow sustainable fashion crowd!
Her pieces are literally handmade, in Antwerp itself, and made from leftover and deadstock fabric. What is ‘deadstock fabric’ you might ask? Well, its old pieces of fabric that have not been able to sell.
A nice consequence is that all her pieces are unquestionably unique.
Veerle Wils’ pieces are the perfect fit for the conscious shopper with respect for the artisanal craft of tailoring.