Fashion Revolution 2019. 'Alter.Ego'
Date and Time
Lifeline Military Road (near cinema)
1/390 Military Rd, Cremorne NSW 2090, Australia
The Possibility Project in collaboration with Annie Stevens from LifeLine Military Road warmly invites you and your friends to help alter the course of fashion!
Join us for an evening of fashion activism in celebration of the Fashion Revolution Movement. The Possibility Project will speak on creative ways to (alter the ego) and bring common sense solutions within the slow fashion industry. And the hugely talented Annie Stevens will give practical and specialised solutions to mending and altering your clothes.
You are encouraged to bring an item of clothing to mend, alter or reimagine. No experience necessary. Participants will also enjoy personalised styling tips and access to some extraordinary vintage pieces for sale on the night.
Your ticket includes an upcycled silk sari goodie bag, containing a mending kit and other materials. Special discounts on in-store Lifeline and @slumwear108 garments. Light refreshments. Capacity limited to 25 people.
Annie Stevens MA (Ed), Grad Cert, Design & Technology, Grad Dip Education, Dip Design & Production. Dip Teach, (H.Ec.)
I started off as a Home Economics Teacher, specialising in Textiles, then went on to be a Curriculum and Information Technology consultant with the Department of Education. Whilst teaching I started up my own fashion design label, specialising in evening wear and organised the Education Week Fashion parades at Sydney Town Hall. I currently manage LifeLine Military Road, my passion is to share the love of fabrics and vintage clothing. Alterations are a means to a creative end for me. I will explain how to up-cycle garments and bring life back to old treasures.
The Possibility Project
The Possibility Project is a social enterprise founded by Kim Pearce and Kath Davis, the purpose of their project is to help nurture social and environmental change within the fashion industry. The Possibility Project have created a slow clothing label called slumwear108 and passionately share ways to help turn conscious individuals into movement.
What is the Fashion Revolution movement?
Fashion Revolution was born from a desire to re-create a fashion industry that values people, the environment, creativity and profits in equal measure, it encourages individuals and small groups to take action to make this happen. For more information visit the official website.
The Possibility Project
Sydney based social enterprise, makers of slow clothing label @slumwear108. Our purpose is to create events to help reimagine for a kinder fashion industry. "If you don't like something, change it. And if you can't change it. change the way you think about it" Our events help you change your thinking - with love!