Clothing Swap x Fashion Revolution Florida
Join us for a fun and interactive afternoon with a clothing swap, a panel on zero waste, upcycling workshops, and pop-up shop.
Date And Time
Sat, April 27, 2019
12:00 PM – 4:00 PM EDT
Sharron Lewis Upholstery Center
6454 Northeast 4th Avenue
Miami, FL 33138
Fashion Revolution is a global movement calling for greater transparency, sustainability and ethics in the fashion industry.
We want to raise awareness to change the way our clothes are sourced, produced and purchased, so that what you wear has been made in a safe, clean and fair way.
Use this week to encourage millions of people to ask brands ‘Who made my clothes’ and demand greater transparency in the fashion supply chain.
The Fashion Revolution Florida invite you to be part of this global event.
Bring up to 10 pieces of gently worn or unused clothes and swap it for something stylish that you will value and love even more.
Clothing that is no longer wearable will either recyled by TheFullEdit or donated to our friends in need in Venezuela thanks in part to ModeRevolution
//SUSTAINABLE FASHION PANEL DISCUSSION//
Kira Downig Davis – Former Director of Design for Talia line
Pamela Wasabi – Author, “Wild Women”
Kathy Proano – Founder @SavingFashionista
+ a Special Guest
Colleen Coughlin – The Full Edit
//MAKER + DIY WORKSHOPS//
SCREEN PRINT: make something old into something new
FRENCH KNOT: Learn how-to make a French Knot
CLOSET REFRESH : with Sarah MacMillan of @BeGenerationLove
UPCYLE FABRICS: Make your own necklace from deadstock fabric with Veronica Pesantes of @TheOnikas
STYLE SECONDHAND: Learn to style using second hand clothes with @TheFullEdit
KID UPCYCLE:Also available is our very first KID upcycle project with @MakerMonkeyWorkshop – kids will learn about upcycling by taking left over wood scraps from Sharron Lewis Design Center to make ito somethig NEW!!
ORACLE READING: by “Wild Women” Author Pamela Wasabi
// POP UP SHOP //
Meet the Makers of ModeRevolution, Tangui, Rebel Buddah, Goodwill South Florida, and many more