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150 Newark St.
West Burke
United States

Ministry of Culture is a clothing, waxed canvas bag, and accessories company that takes a holistic approach to fashion. Dedicated to the Slow Design movement, Ministry of Culture embraces traditional craft and folk art design techniques from around the world striving to elevate them through modern design to create our distinctive collection. In addition to our line of sustainable Hemp and Natural Fiber clothing, we reuse discarded fabric in our embellishments and block print our designs to alleviate chemical waste. Our unique brand of design promotes social consciousness through the quality and functionality of each piece.

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Winter is Here Again!

Brianna Paquette

The first flakes of snow fell a couple of days ago and it reminds us that is is time to dust off our skis and take out the wool hats to prepare for the cold to come.  Winter is my favourite time of year to be living in the mountains.

The Real End of Winter

Brianna Paquette

Living in Vermont means that winter often hangs around longer than most people would like.  Although I am looking forward to sunshine, mountain bikes, and swimming holes, I can't help but get a little sad as I see the snow slowing melting away.  Taking this last opportunity to get out and enjoy a snowshoe hike up Mt. Pisgah, we were treating to some amazing views.  The sunny weather on the other hand meant that the trek up was weighed down by the melting snow sticking to our feet like concrete.

A tribute to the bygone pieces

Brianna Paquette

These are some of the one of a kind pieces made from recycling scraps left after larger garments were cut.  For me its like solving a puzzle, trying to figure out what colors, textures, and prints will mix well together, and exciting to see how different they can turn out.