Learn from designers, craftspeople, and fashion entrepreneurs leading the way in sustainable, ethical practice. Whether it’s a hands-on workshop, family school holiday activity, cocktail night, or a talk you’re sure to find something that will help make your fashion and textiles more sustainable.
Discover the power of slow fashion through frantic making and rapid design at the National Wool Museum during Geelong Design Week!
Fashion is full of contradictions and challenges: how can an industry based on consumption, conformity and aspiration be sustainable, radical and inclusive? Delve into these grey areas by joining fashion disruptors to explore the power of creativity, design and sustainable style.
You are invited to help us create the House of Fast Fashun - a house made entirely of clothing and textile waste, a space for community, collaboration and self-expression.
A party for movers and shakers who make, repurpose and reimage the future of fashion. Celebrating the closing week of We the Makers Sustainable Fashion Prize 2023, meet with local finalists and like minded fashionistas looking to change community thinking, one garment at a time.
$20 per VCE student, School Group booking preferred, individual students welcome.
Half day forum to meet and learn from Sustainable Fashion Prize 2023 finalists. Gain insight into the designer’s creative processes and their approach to research, business, experimentation, and realisation of the outfit on display.
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Audiences become the fashion designers, makers, and catwalk models.
Local We the Makers Sustainable Fashion Prize 2023 finalists as they take over the Museum and turn it into a house of creativity! Installations include multi-sensorial designs by Emily Rastas, slow craft of fast fashion by Kate V M Sylvester, Indigenous weaving by Jasmine-Skye Marinos and retro cocktail party styling by Lazarus Gordon.