Tag Archives: handmade

Ancient Future: Part 2 of 3

With fashion’s focus on a return to more sustainable practices and a modern eye to form, function and true artistry, there are now a range of groundbreaking designers whose products are as beautiful as they are ecologically sound. by Sass Brown Christine Birkle, founder of the fashion label “Hut up” in Berlin, has caught the [...]

Ancient Future, Part 1 of 3

The ancient craft of felting is pushing modern fashion design into the future. by Sass Brown When you think of felting, one dominant stereotype comes to mind, that of the frumpy, middle aged spinster who whiles away the hours creating fussy, floral craft items with no real function and, to a sophisticated eye, even less [...]

Welcome to the See.7 website and blog

See.7 is a large-format print magazine based in New York and distributed worldwide. Our first issue explores the intersection of fashion, art and sustainability and hits newsstands this October. The See.7 site is an extension of our vision–online. Our perspective is global and our goal is to unite and inspire the world through our shared [...]

Fashion is global.
Across all seven
continents people
create, innovate, share,
swap and reappropriate
clothing every day to
suit their style, to
express their personal or
cultural identity.  By
being aware of the
world around us, we
become aware of the
opportunities that exist
to identify or
differentiate our own
lives. By being part of
the global fashion
village, our own choices
inform others.

Every issue focuses on
each of the continents,
exploring the lives of
those who live and
work in each area.
See.7 magazine distills
this concept into words
and images through the
eyes of photographers,
stylists, art directors,
artists and writers from
around the world.
See more.