CALENDAR

FEBRUARY

Behind the scenes at Fashion for Good    Bi-weekly on Thursdays or Fridays, 12.30 – 15.00

Learn more about what we mean when we say fashion for ‘good’ with a 45-minute guided walk-through of the different projects we are working on, and a Q&A session where you’ll be able to learn about social and environmental issues in the fashion industry from good fashion leaders — and hear about their innovative solutions.

The tour will also feature a film screening of Frontline Fashion, a documentary following 10 emerging sustainable fashion designers from Asia and Europe who are determined to change the future of fashion.

Register here

 

Good Fashion Popup Shop    Daily from midday
The ‘good’ in Fashion for Good refers to The Five Goods — a robust definition of ‘good’ inspired by William McDonough’s Cradle to Cradle™ approach to a circular apparel industry. These are defined as Good Materials, Good Economy, Good Energy, Good Water and Good Lives.

Fashion for Good partnered with AMFI for a Five Goods Design Competition to bring these concepts to life as T-shirt print designs. The designs were judged by a panel including local fashion industry influencers Martijn Nekoui (founder of MOAM and journalist at Het Parool) and Rosi Schipper (fashion recruiter with Movers & Shakers).

The designs are screen-printed locally onto the world’s first Cradle to Cradle (C2C) Certified™ GOLD T-shirt from C&A, using Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) certified inks. They will be available for €12.90 in our Good Fashion Pop-Up Shop.

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JANUARY

Behind the scenes at Fashion for Good    Weekly on Thursdays or Fridays, 12.30 – 15.00

Learn more about what we mean when we say fashion for ‘good’ with a 45-minute guided walk-through of the different projects we are working on, and a Q&A session where you’ll be able to learn about social and environmental issues in the fashion industry from good fashion leaders — and hear about their innovative solutions.

The tour will also feature a film screening of Frontline Fashion, a documentary following 10 emerging sustainable fashion designers from Asia and Europe who are determined to change the future of fashion.

Register here

 

Good Fashion Popup Shop    Daily from midday
The ‘good’ in Fashion for Good refers to The Five Goods — a robust definition of ‘good’ inspired by William McDonough’s Cradle to Cradle™ approach to a circular apparel industry. These are defined as Good Materials, Good Economy, Good Energy, Good Water and Good Lives.

Fashion for Good partnered with AMFI for a Five Goods Design Competition to bring these concepts to life as T-shirt print designs. The designs were judged by a panel including local fashion industry influencers Martijn Nekoui (founder of MOAM and journalist at Het Parool) and Rosi Schipper (fashion recruiter with Movers & Shakers).

The designs are screen-printed locally onto the world’s first Cradle to Cradle (C2C) Certified™ GOLD T-shirt from C&A, using Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) certified inks. They will be available for €12.90 in our Good Fashion Pop-Up Shop.

See Fashion for Good opening hours

 

DECEMBER

Good Fashion Popup Shop    1st Dec – 24th Dec
The ‘good’ in Fashion for Good refers to The Five Goods — a robust definition of ‘good’ inspired by William McDonough’s Cradle to Cradle™ approach to a circular apparel industry. These are defined as Good Materials, Good Economy, Good Energy, Good Water and Good Lives.

Fashion for Good partnered with AMFI for a Five Goods Design Competition to bring these concepts to life as T-shirt print designs. The designs were judged by a panel including local fashion industry influencers Martijn Nekoui (founder of MOAM and journalist at Het Parool) and Rosi Schipper (fashion recruiter with Movers & Shakers).

The designs are screen-printed locally onto the world’s first Cradle to Cradle (C2C) Certified™ GOLD T-shirt from C&A, using Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) certified inks. They will be available for €12.90 in our Good Fashion Pop-Up Shop.

See Fashion for Good opening hours

 

Make your #GoodFashionResolution for 2018   1st Dec – 31st Dec
There is no better time than the new year to kick-start a good fashion habit. This December we want to invite our global community to help us collectively brainstorm ways we can all be more mindful about the clothes we buy, wear and throw away in 2018 – by making a #GoodFashionResolution and sharing it on Instagram along with the campaign hashtag.

To say thank you for joining the conversation and sharing your ideas, you’ll go in the draw to win 1 of 3 good fashion prize packs in the new year – which includes a €100 online credit for Dutch sustainable fashion pioneers Charlie + Mary, and a one-on-one session with a sustainable fashion stylist.

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Upcycled Leather Key Chain Workshop    3rd Dec, 12.00-14.00
Create and brand a personalised key chain out of left-over leather waste from Ecco and Litehide. Shoe & accessory designer Jana Chocholackova introduces you in her world of craftsmanship with this two-hour workshop. Leather scraps are re-used and will be turned into a new personalised gift. This workshop includes an introduction by Jana, choices of shape & colour of material, and guidance on how to construct and engrave the piece

Register here

 

Upcycled Leather Card Holder Workshop    3rd Dec, 15.00-17.00
Hand-sew a unique card holder out of recycled leather waste and engrave it with initials. Shoe & accessory designer Jana Chocholackova is hosting this exclusive workshop to teach you more about craftsmanship in the field of accessories. We start with a small introduction talk by Jana, following with a moment to choose from different colours and types of surplus leather. Jana will guide you to be able to construct your own piece, and finalise it by a personal engraving.

Register here

 

Customise Our C2C T-Shirt    10th Dec, 12.00-13.00 or 14.00-15.00
Learn how to embroider personalised designs with fashion designer & initiator of PULP, Natalie de Koning. The workshop price includes one of our C2C GOLD Certified T-shirt for you to customise with the techniques taught by Natalie.

Register here

 

Airbnb Experience    Weekly on Thursdays or Fridays, 12.30 – 15.00

Learn about what we mean when we say fashion for ‘good’ with a 45-minute guided walk-through of the different projects we are working on, and a Q&A session where you’ll be able to learn about social and environmental issues in the fashion industry from good fashion leaders — and hear about their innovative solutions.

The tour will also feature a film screening of Frontline Fashion, a documentary following 10 emerging sustainable fashion designers from Asia and Europe who are determined to change the future of fashion.

Register here

 

EcoChic Design Exhibition    3rd Nov – 31 Dec

The EcoChic Design Award is a sustainable fashion design competition organised by Redress, inspiring emerging fashion designers and students to create mainstream clothing with minimal textile waste. See the 10 finalists of this year’s competition – with upcycled, zero waste and reconstructed dresses made from umbrellas, end-of-roll textiles, second hand clothing, bridal wear, kimonos, jute sacks and more. The exhibition is open to the public in our activation space at Rokin 102 until November 23rd.