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Event Fashion Week
Fashion Evolution - ethical fashion week
18:00 – 18:00
WoDublin City Centre The Sugar Club, Lesson Street
This year Ireland’s fashion community will come together to revitalise the spirit of the Irish fashion industry with the help of international fashion designer and green goddess KATHARINE HAMNETT.
· Fashioning Entrepreneurship – Fashion Editor Constance Harris in conversation with designer, Katharine Hamnett – Hear Katharine’s story of her journey from one of the world’s most prolific designers to becoming the green godmother of the industry. Wednesday May 26th, 9pm SHARP in The Sugar Club, Lesson Street, Dublin 2. Tickets are priced at €10.
· Fashion Mentoring Sessions – Calling all fashion entrepreneurs, designers, photographers, stylists, students and fans of fashion. This is your chance to sit down with some of Irelands most influential industry experts and ask questions, connect and learn more about the industry. Essential for anyone pursuing a career in Fashion. Mentors include: Constance Harris, Fashion Editor of the Sunday Independent; Professor Angela Woods, Head of Design Faculty NCAD; Andreas Pettersson, noted fashion photographer, Ethical Designer Sophie Rieu, Stylist, Angela Scanlon amongst others. Wednesday May 26th, 6.30 – 8.30pm, The Sugar Club, Leeson Street, Dublin 2. Tickets are priced at €15.
· Re-dress and the Light House Cinema Smithfield present HOME, a film by Yann Arthus-Bertrand – funded by the PPR Group (who’s portfolio of brands includes Alexander McQueen, Balenciaga, Stella McCartney, Gucci and Yves Saint Laurent) HOME aims to to help people understand and share the issues facing our planet and to provoke a general raising of awareness on the stakes of social and environmental responsibility. Bringing us unique footage from over fifty countries, all seen from the air, by sharing with us his wonder and his concern, this film by Yann Arthus-Bertrand lays a foundation stone for the edifice that, together we must rebuild. Thursday May 27th, Light House Cinema Smithfield. Entry to HOME (Cert: tbc) is FREE however booking is essential at firstname.lastname@example.org.
· EJF Cotton T-Shirt Exhibition – Exclusive designs from John Rocha, Alice Temperley, Christian Lacroix, Giles Deacon amongst many others encapsulate the ideals of the Environmental Justice Foundation campaign on child labour in the cotton industry. The exhibition will run from 24th – 29th May in The Greenhouse, Andrew Street, Dublin 2.
· DIY Fashion Skills – Taking inspiration from Vivienne Westwood’s ‘Do It Yourself’ manifesto, Fashion Evolution will host a week’s worth of fashion workshops including Crafternoon Tea, French Knickers and Cocktails, Curious Collars amongst others, showing that it’s easy and fun to be sustainable where fashion is concerned. For booking go to http://www.redress.ie/fashionevolution.html.
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