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Eco-Fashion & Art Show
The Eco-Fashion and Art Show is a night of learning and celebration of art and music with eco-fashion on the runway, a recycled art gallery, and music, all showcasing the talents of Santa Clara students, faculty, staff, and alumni! Designers are asked to reuse old or recyclable materials that would normally have to go to landfill to creatively create a piece of art that not only is durable, but actually looks hip and fashionable and can either be worn again or can be recycled after the show. No money is supposed to be spent on this project, so designers are using old clothes they don’t wear anymore, and collecting scraps of fabric and other materials!
What else, besides “trash” and recycling is this show about? The fashion industry! We’ll be talking about the impact of fashion on economic, social, and environmental levels, including the lives of the factory workers that manufacture the clothes we wear, the impact of our clothing’s dyes, and other ties that are related to the environment and sustainability.
What's happening: Eco-fashion runway, art gallery viewing, photo booth, interactive art tables, music!
Check out photos from the 2014 Flickr Album if you're curious.
When: January 22nd, 2015.
Doors open at 7 pm. Runway starts at 7:30 pm.
Where: de Saisset Museum
Now what? Want it to be the night of the Show already? RSVP now.
If you are designing in the show, make sure to fill out the Designer Info form to "submit" your outfit in the runway!
Call time is 5:30 pm at the de Saisset to get ready. Dress rehearsal is 6 pm. Make sure you're connected with a designer. Email email@example.com if you aren't connected with a designer yet.