Fashion Revolution

By Fashion Revolution

3 years ago

Upcoming events

  • 09/04/2021 23:00 - 29/04/2021 10:00

    THE EKO LAB es un evento de moda sostenible que reúne exposiciones, charlas y talleres con diseñadores emergentes vascos para poner en valor su trabajo y el proceso de fabricación textil.

    THE EKO LAB es un evento dinámico e innovador que pretende acercar la transformación que está viviendo la industria de la moda actualmente a la ciudadanía bilbaína. Este proyecto nace de la pregunta: "¿Quién hizo mi ropa?" formulada por Fashion Revolution y que a través de la iniciativa "Fashion Open Studio" invita a visitar los estudios de los diseñadores y descubrir los equipos de personas que hay detrás de la ropa que vestimos.

    THE EKO LAB pretende ser un espacio para la conversación honesta, la transparencia y la responsabilidad, haciendo especial hincapié en el punto 12 de los Objetivos de Desarrollo Sostenible. Ofrece a los diseñadores la oportunidad de compartir soluciones innovadoras y creativas a algunos de los urgentes desafíos sociales y ambientales a la que se enfrenta la industria en la actualidad.

    Inscripciones: Gratuitas, a través de la página web . También se pueden seguir las novedades a través de la cuenta de Instagram  @theekolab

    Evento organizado por Laura Marchante Lersundi, Libe Kerroum Arriola-Bengoa y Amaia Garzón Agirre e incluido dentro del Plan Bilbao Aurrera del Ayuntamiento de Bilbao.

  • 15/04/2021 - 17/04/2021 All day

    ABOUT A WORKER: Create your own linen pencil case

    KA-SHA: Design & Dialogue with KA-SHA


    LYDIA BOLTON: Remaking your own T-Shirts

    E.L.V. DENIM x RESKINNED: A talk and tour of a textile sourcing facility

    PATRICK McDOWELL: Catholic Fairytales IG live

    JOSHUA JAMES SMALL; Design development talk and upcycling Q&A

    A2BYMARTIN: Garden

    KEVIN GERMANIER: Glorious Garbage

    JOHN ALEXANDER SKELTON : In conversation with Charlie Porter


  • 16/04/2021 03:00 - 18/04/2021 04:30

    Fashion Question Time is a powerful platform to debate the future of the fashion industry during Fashion Revolution Week.
    This year’s theme, ‘Rights, Relationships and Revolution’ is incredibly pressing in our current global socio-political context. Human rights and the rights of nature are interconnected and interdependent. We need a revolutionary shift in our relationships with each other, with our clothes, within fashion supply chains, and with the natural world, for our own prosperity and wellbeing, and for the health of our earth, rivers and oceans. Growing numbers of people are radically reassessing what’s meaningful in their lives and starting to reimagine the values at the essence of a new fashion system.
    On the panel, we'll be joined by:
    Nicole Rycroft, founder and executive director of Canopy.
    Nazma Akter, a Bangladeshi trade unionist, founder of AWAJ Foundation and Sommilito Garments Sramik Federation.
    Lara Wolters, a Dutch politician and member of the European Parliament
    Dr Vandana Shiva, an Indian author, scholar and environmental activist.
    Sunny Dolat, a stylist, production designer and creative director, co-founder of The Nest Collective and member of Fashion Revolution Kenya.
    The panel will be chared by Baroness Lola Young, co-chair and cross-bench peer for the UK's All-Party Parliamentary Group: Ethics and Sustainability in Fashion. It will follow a BBC Question Time format and will discuss projections, ideas and best practice as well as answer a diverse range of questions submitted by participants and members of the public. If you wish to submit a question please email it alongside your full name to
    Hosted in collaboration with the V&A Museum with an opening speech by Tristram Hunt.

  • 16/04/2021 - 18/04/2021 All day

    IRO IRO: The film of people 

    MAISON FALIAKOS: Upcycled couture and meet the team – A 3-day event 

    THE SUSTAINABLE ANGLE: Sustainable material sourcing open studio 

    KA-SHA: Design & Dialogue - Art of Hand Quilting

    FOS X ATLAS OF THE FUTURE SPEEDshare: Fashion media for a Fairer future 

    CLARA CHU: From bathmats to handbags – fashioning household items 

    XYZ.EXCHANGE: Hosting a hybrid physical and virtual conversation with the designers from the 2020Vision pilot

    JOSHUA BEATY: Perfection in Imperfection toile drawing workshop with sustainable foundation 

    COMMUNITY CLOTHING X ZERO WASTE LEEDS: Valuing our clothes, protecting our planet 

    RAEBURN: RAEBURN Connects, episode 11

  • 17/04/2021 - 19/04/2021 All day

    ALICE DANSEY WRIGHT: Painting at home 

    KA-SHA: Design & Dialogue - Art of Upcycling x Embroidery

    INDOI: Meet our crafts people 

    IGC FASHION: The journey of barkcloth

    FOJE: Body Language (Part 1)

    CHIARA TOMMENCIONI, ELISSA BRUNATO, ROSIE BROADHEAD & NATHALIE SPENCER: Biodesign: the natural and synthetic potential:

    MODERN SYNTHESIS: Studio tour 

    RUGANO RWEDU x PATCH MAOKO: The art of palpable art 

    ALLPAMAMAS: Journey of a thread – an immersion into textile art from the Andes of Ecuador

    AUROBOROS, YOAV HADARI and LEO CARLTON: Virtually Fashion at Sarabande Foundation

    FOJE: Body Language (Part 2)


    ELLEN ROCK:” Her hands” | print story 

    ANCIELA: Nueve

  • 18/04/2021 - 20/04/2021 All day

    MOHSIN SAJID: Hemp history and future in the denim world and beyond 

    KA-SHA: Design & Dialogue - Art of Surface Patterns through Dye

    FOS GRADUATE SPEEDSHARE 2021: How to establish yourself in a world turned over

    REJEAN DENIM X ALICE DANSEY-WRIGHT: Collaboration launch

    TOKTAM HEMMATI: Lovely Waste (Part 1)

    MAJA BRIX: Systems change 

    NUBA x IGC FASHION: The importance of culture and sustainability 

    OSHADI COLLECTIVE X CHRISTY DAWN: Seed-to-sew, a conversation 

    HELEN KIRKUM: Studio tour

  • 19/04/2021 - 21/04/2021 All day

    JESSE LEE: DIY Workshop with Jesse and his mom

    KA-SHA: Design & Dialogue - Converse & Make

    REJEAN: How to make the coalesce Zero Tote bag 

    VIMBAI: Re_birth

    TOKTAM HEMMATI: Lovely Waste (Part 2)

    BIRDSONG: From worker to wearer; the making of a garment

    ELVIS & KRESSE: Our new site

    SABINNA: How to turn your pre-loved clothes into accessories 

    PHOEBE ENGLISH: Approaches to process and material 

    GAIA: Inside the production process IG live

  • 20/04/2021 - 22/04/2021 All day

    ATELIER M/A: Make your own recycled coaster 

    FLAVIA LA ROCCA: How a modular piece is born: from sketch to reality

    CHOL X SHAMA KUN: Handmade Tales 

    KA-SHA: Design & Dialogue - One on One

    CUT A DASH: Exploring the ancient technique of Kurak 

    ENZI: Show crafting crash course 

    LEYLA KASHANI: Show and tell (Part 1)

    MUNAY SISTERS: The importance of organic cotton 

    BLUE OF A KIND: from vintage to new life 

    LEYLA KASHANI: Show and tell (Part 2)

  • 21/04/2021 - 23/04/2021 All day

    MAFI MAFI: Giving your old clothing new life; upcycling workshop 

    YEFIKIR: Zero waste for change 

    RAHEMUR RAHMAN X ARANYA: the home of a natural dyer

    MICHELLE LOWE-HOLDER: Crafting a collier 

    KATIE JONES: Patch it- making a mini crochet sticker to repair your favourite piece!

    RAWAN MAKI: REVIVE and Relove- the value of giving our garments a new lease on life 

    PAVOL DENDIS x MODROTALAČ RABADA: Upcycled indigo dyed canvas 

    OLIVIA RUBENS: Repurposing, Mending your knits and Finger knitting 

  • 07/11/2022 06:00 - 09/11/2022 06:39

    Restorying Riverscapes - Investigating the social and environmental impact of the textiles industry on the River Churnet.

    You are invited to an afternoon of networking refreshments and presentations to explore the findings of the Restorying Riverscapes project, including input from the local community.

    For more information on Restorying Riverscapes, please visit:

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