Meet the designers & makers in Shop Slow

All our designers are available for custom work on a case-by-case basis. Use the link on their bio to contact them to lean about custom options.

Psychic Outlaw

In 2019, Psychic Outlaw was born out of Creator & Owner Rebecca Wright’s lifelong obsession with collecting and creating her own one-of-a-kind clothing. Psychic Outlaw has quickly blossomed into a small team of creatives dedicated to creating sustainable, happy, handmade clothing using recycled, vintage and antique textiles.

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Mikaela Friedman

Mikaela Friedman is a multidisciplinary artist based in Austin, Texas. Mikaela’s passion for slow fashion inspired her to create a business that made sustainability the cornerstone of her work. She’s known for her vibrant colors hand-painted cowboy boots, famously worn by Texas psychedelic band Khruangbin. In Mikaela’s hill country studio, everything is reused and recycled into something else. Her Cowpal boots are sourced from rag houses in Texas, repaired, and restored to give them new life. 

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A.V. Beamon

A.V. Beamon is an Austin based clothing designer. His work is rooted in reimagining classic vintage designs into a new context. He makes clothing with the focus of extending the lifespan of a garment, whether it be using durable selvedge denim or vintage American made fabric. He accepts custom orders as well as alterations, repair, and chainstitch embroidery through his Instagram or website.

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Maya Meyer

Maya Meyer creates a passage into sustainable shopping by creating pieces made from pre-existing fabrics. HANDPICKING UPCYCLED FABRIC- Breaking free from the cycle of wasting fabrics, and into an ethos of making the old new again. MANUFACTURING- My hands make 50% of orders, while the remaining 50% is made at a carefully selected workshop in Mexico by a seamstress named Sandra. Creating an ode to the earth, where sustainability and efficiency intertwine. SIMPLICITY OF STYLES- Shifting the focus from the transient to the eternal with designs that withstand the ravages of time. For custom orders, email

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Taylor Dorry

South Florida based designer & maker. carefully translating her own interpretations of purity, grunge and femininity. utilizing sustainable practices and upcycled materials. with lots of love.

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Prarie Misfit

The Prairie Misfit is a self-taught designer and seamstress located in the heart of Oklahoma. She works with novel vintage textiles sourced at local estate and yard sales, making each piece a special gift from her home to yours.

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Mercedez Rex

Mercedez Rex is an Austin based artist and creativity enthusiast skilled in the art of marbling; a centuries old mono-printing technique that involves floating pigment on the surface of thickened water to make dynamic patterns that can then be transferred onto paper, fabric or leather. Mercedez Rex breathes new life into this tradition through pattern experimentation in her line of accessories that incorporate digital reproduction.

Mercedez works with clients to bring custom designs to life in packaging, products and event activations.

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Die Trying

Die Trying TX, headquartered in Austin, was founded by Lacy Van Court.  Lacy comes from a dusty, long line of West Texas misfits and ranchers that have been in Texas just about as long as Texas has been around. Growing up she spent the summers on her Grandparents’ ranch; where her Grandmother Billie, a Texas landscape painter, inspired a love of making things with her hands by teaching Lacy, among many other things, how to sew and paint. Lacy later went on to earn a BFA in painting from the The Maryland Institute College of Art. Her family history, those early summers, and her home state have always been at the heart of her work as an artist. 

After working in a variety of creative fields and mediums, she was drawn to the art of chainstitch by its combination of craft, its deep roots in western culture, and as a way to continue to express the themes important to her work. Using the same hand operated machines that were used to create traditional western wear, Die Trying TX offers a line of one of a kind pieces meant to be collected, loved and lived in.

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Customland is owned by 2 bffs in hollywood. Geeg (they/them) does sewing and embroidery and Halsey (she/her) does airbrush/ etc. They met on instagram and decided to join forces to build a community together and share their work with the world with sustainability and personale style always being #1 

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This is Sloane

Sloane Lenz is a designer and musician based in Austin, Texas, specializing in embroidery and avant garde stage wear. Sewing since she was 9 years old, she’s had her work compared to that of Alexander McQueen and Betsey Johnson, as well as Andy Warhol in her use of pop culture references and absurdist aesthetic choices. After touring around the U.S. presenting runway shows at various fashion weeks and museums over the last 9 years, as well as presenting a sustainably crafted collection at Harvard University when she was 22, she now works mostly by custom order in her down time when she’s not on the road touring with her band. 

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Picnicwear is a slow fashion brand, ethically made by hand from vintage and deadstock materials - most notably, vintage towels! Founder, Dani, has worked in the industry as a fashion designer for over 10 years, but started Picnicwear in response to her dissatisfaction with the industry's shortcomings. Picnicwear recently moved to rural North Carolina where all their clothing and accessories are now designed and cut, but the majority of their sewing is done by skilled garment workers in NYC. Picnicwear is proud to pay over NYC minimum wage for the skilled labour of their sewists! Picnicwear offers minimal waste and maximum authenticity: Future Vintage over future garbage!

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