Who Made Your Clothes? An Interactive Exhibition
We believe in a fashion industry that values people, the environment, creativity and profit in equal measure.
We ALL wear clothes, and our clothing choices speak of our values- both material and immaterial.
In simple terms:
Wear more often (#30wears++)
This Fashion Revolution Week ask your brands #whomademyclothes to demonstrate transparency in their supply chain. Go on their site to sign the manifesto or take action in one of the suggested actions.
The departments of Fashion & Textiles (School of Design) invite you to participate in a Fashion Revolution Day Aus NZ exhibition event, a chance to celebrate a love story between you and a favourite / special garment or outﬁt.
Come along and bring a garment, or a whole outﬁt, to be photographed on or with you. Share your garment love story (written at the event) and we will instantly create a poster which becomes part of the fashion love-story exhibition.
This event is in commemoration of the Rana Plaza Factory collapse in Bangladesh in 2013 where a death toll of 1,134 predominantly garment workers occurred.
Buy less and buy better. Take a stand against disposable fashion, impulse buys and fast fashion fixes. Lets take it slow. Commit to a long-term relationship with your clothes. Wear things more than 30 times, and cherish each piece.
Location: Level C, Block 12, Te Ara Hihiko, Massey University Wellington, Wallace Street Entrance C.