Fashion Revolution Week is almost upon us for another year. From the 24th to the 30th of April, conscious consumers will be asking brands Who Made My Clothes?
Next week we will be sharing more about Fashion Revolution Week and what you can do to be part of the global movement.
To start you off here are some amazing events happening all around Australia.
The Fabric Social Fashion Revolution Party
Lagom Studio, Dis/owned and The Fabric Social are celebrating and supporting Melbourne’s conscious labels.
Sat. 29 April 2017, 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm AEST
The Back Room, 4 Gooch St Thornbury, Melbourne, VIC 3071
The Darley Store Discussion and Cocktails
Join Darley Store co-owner Carlie Ballard, Sustainability in Style author Lisa Heinze and All The Wild Roses designer Hang Osment-Le for an evening of ethical fashion talks and free cocktails!
Wed. 26 April 2017, 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
The Darley Store
Manly Beach 40 Sydney Rd Manly, NSW 2095
Salt Gypsy X San Taylor Event
San Taylor & Salt Gypsy will be speaking at Seabones.
Friday, April 28th from 6:30pm
Seabones Women’s Concept Store, Shop 6, 8 Fletcher St, Byron Bay
Limited capacity – please RSVP: email@example.com
Pure Pod Slow Fashioned Workshop
Pure Pod will be hosting a half day workshop designed to teach you more about the fashion industry.
Sat. 6 May 2017, 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm
CARDIF Collective, 27 Eyre Street Kingston, ACT 2604
Buy tickets here
True Cost Screening + Ethical Fashion Mini Market
Hosted by The Ethereal Edit. Watch the True Cost documentary then check out WA’s ethical fashion scene with a sustainable fashion mini market featuring local fashion traders.
Fri, April 28, 2017, 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Backlot Cinema 21 Simpson Street West Perth, WA
Clothing Repair Cafe
Hosted by Textile Beat & Reverse Garbage, the workshop invites you to bring along your favourite clothes in need of repair where they will teach how to DIY.
Thu. 20 April 2017, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Reverse Garbage Queensland Co-op Ltd 20 Burke Street Woolloongabba Brisbane, Queensland 4102
Who Made My Clothes
A new podcast series hosted by journalist and Wardrobe Crisis author Clare Press. The seven part series will delve into the world of ethical fashion and teach us more about the people who make our clothes.
The series kicks off on April 23 2017, but you can hear the intro now in iTunes or your favourite podcast app > http://apple.co/2pAwUbU
Find the whole series here > http://apple.co/2pANjgc or search for ‘Who Made My Clothes’ in itunes and hit subscribe so you don’t miss anything when we launch on April 23!
If you’re an android user, download the Jackrabbit.FM app in the Android store or find it on Stitcher.
These are just a few of the events, you can find more events on the Fashion Revolution Week Facebook Page Here.
Sadly Queensland seemed to be devoid of many events this year so I think we Queenslanders should band together and work on something for next year! Preferably something that involves cocktails!