Brown Sugar Better Fashion Week!

Brown Sugar Better Fashion Week will take place at No. 6 Castle Market Street, D.2 from the 25th – 29th April. This will highlight the issue of sustainable fashion through a series of pop-up shops, exhibitions, installations, events & industry talks with fashion heavy weights like Artist/Designer Helen Steele, and ethical fashion writers Lucy Seigle and Dr. Kate Fletcher also taking part.

Dublin city-centre will see some of the most creative minds in the Irish industry join forces with top international fashion talent to give us a once off and unique insight into the artistry of cutting-edge fashion. No. 6 Castle Market Street will host a selection of Irish designers giving ethical Irish fashionistas the chance to pick up a range of beautiful Irish designs & fashion all under one roof.
Some of the people, Better Fashion Week, has had the great honour of working with to bring Better Fashion to you:

Katharine Hamnett, Constance Harris, Deirdre McQuilan,  Sonya Lennon, Simone Rocha, Una Burke, Eilis Boyle, Joanne Hynds, Helen Steele, Andrea Cruz, RHLS NYC, Language creative design agency, Oxfam, Edun, Head of CSR at H&M, Mike Barry Head of Sustainable Business at M&S, Izzy Lane, Clean Clothes Campaign, Fair Trade Ireland, Festival of World Cultures, Castlepalooza Music & Arts Festival & Electric 

Brown Sugar Better Fashion Week – April 23rd – 29th. EARLY BIRD TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE – Entry into all events, talks, mentoring, films screenings and shows for just €55!

The Line Up:

Lucy Siegle – The Observer’s magazine & Author of To Die For – Is Fashion Wearing out the World?

Better Fashion Industry Symposium with the Sunday Independent’s Constance Harris

Fashion Mentoring with a stellar line up of the best of the Irish fashion Industry

Future Textile discussions with UCD Smart Lab

An evening with Dr. Kate Fletcher; Author of Sustainable Fashion and Textiles; design stories

Local Wisdom Photoshoot with Dr. Kate Fletcher

Live Hair instillations from your’s truly, Brown Sugar

Irish Premier of Bill Cunnighan’s New York by Richard Press – The amazing life of legendary street photographer Bill Cunningham.

The Art of Fashion with HELEN STEELE

Irish Premier of Bitter Seeds – the true story of cotton – by Micha Peled followed by panel discussion with the Irish Clean Clothes Campaign

RTE’s HANDS (Textile Focus) in collaboration with the IRISH DESIGN SHOP

……. and much more

EARLY BIRD TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE – Entry into all events, talks, mentoring, films screenings and shows for just €55!
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