May

May 2021
  • Currently ongoing
  • museum
Apr 06 - Oct 12 2021
11:00 - 17:00
  Exhibition
EN | NL

GROW Exhibition 1.0

The new GROW theme will delve into the world of sustainable “biomaterials” such as “silk” made from orange peels, fibres made from banana plants and “leather” made from cork, corn, coconut husks and rice to name a few, and investigate how these can be turned into fashion items. On April 6, 2021, the first GROW exhibition – GROW expo 1.0 – will open its (virtual) doors in the Fashion for Good Museum at Rokin 102, in Amsterdam. It shows which innovative biomaterials will change the future of fashion.

June

Jun 2021
  • Currently ongoing
  • museum
Apr 06 - Oct 12 2021
11:00 - 17:00
  Exhibition
EN | NL

GROW Exhibition 1.0

The new GROW theme will delve into the world of sustainable “biomaterials” such as “silk” made from orange peels, fibres made from banana plants and “leather” made from cork, corn, coconut husks and rice to name a few, and investigate how these can be turned into fashion items. On April 6, 2021, the first GROW exhibition – GROW expo 1.0 – will open its (virtual) doors in the Fashion for Good Museum at Rokin 102, in Amsterdam. It shows which innovative biomaterials will change the future of fashion.

July

Jul 2021
Jul 01 - Sep 30 2021
 

GROW Talent

In collaboration with fashion designer Iris van Herpen and a professional jury, comprising of Vogue editor-in-chief Rinke Tjepkema, creative directors of Nina Ricci Rushemy Botter and Lisi Herrebrugh, and designer and inventor Daan Roosegaarde, Fashion for Good is looking for creatives to participate in the GROW talent project.
 
  • Currently ongoing
  • museum
Apr 06 - Oct 12 2021
11:00 - 17:00
  Exhibition
EN | NL

GROW Exhibition 1.0

The new GROW theme will delve into the world of sustainable “biomaterials” such as “silk” made from orange peels, fibres made from banana plants and “leather” made from cork, corn, coconut husks and rice to name a few, and investigate how these can be turned into fashion items. On April 6, 2021, the first GROW exhibition – GROW expo 1.0 – will open its (virtual) doors in the Fashion for Good Museum at Rokin 102, in Amsterdam. It shows which innovative biomaterials will change the future of fashion.

  • online
Jul 08 2021
  Online Event
EN

GROW Masterclass #1: Biomaterials explained

Fruit skin fabric, mushroom ‘leather’, spider-silk, dye made by bacteria and algae… What exactly are biomaterials? How sustainable are they and what makes them different from traditional fibres like cotton and hemp? And does bio always mean better and sustainable?

Join the GROW masterclass and learn about the world of biomaterials!

Agenda and tickets follow soon.

August

Aug 2021
Jul 01 - Sep 30 2021
 

GROW Talent

In collaboration with fashion designer Iris van Herpen and a professional jury, comprising of Vogue editor-in-chief Rinke Tjepkema, creative directors of Nina Ricci Rushemy Botter and Lisi Herrebrugh, and designer and inventor Daan Roosegaarde, Fashion for Good is looking for creatives to participate in the GROW talent project.
 
  • Currently ongoing
  • museum
Apr 06 - Oct 12 2021
11:00 - 17:00
  Exhibition
EN | NL

GROW Exhibition 1.0

The new GROW theme will delve into the world of sustainable “biomaterials” such as “silk” made from orange peels, fibres made from banana plants and “leather” made from cork, corn, coconut husks and rice to name a few, and investigate how these can be turned into fashion items. On April 6, 2021, the first GROW exhibition – GROW expo 1.0 – will open its (virtual) doors in the Fashion for Good Museum at Rokin 102, in Amsterdam. It shows which innovative biomaterials will change the future of fashion.

  • online
Aug 12 2021
  Online Event
EN

GROW Masterclass #2: In retrospect: the relationship between nature and fashion

Collections based on the galaxy, designs based on fungus, floral application or leopard print accessoires –  nature is a massive source of inspiration for the fashion industry. A deep dive into this relationship between nature and fashion.

Agenda and tickets follow soon.