SLOW Fashion Festival
This year’s Slow Fashion Festival in Adelaide culminates on Friday night with a runway that will include labels that have never before featured in Adelaide fashion festivals. The lineup includes the following labels.
Kings Of Indigo
Post Sole Studios
The runway will feature a cohesive collection of pieces made from pre loved clothing and deadstock material. The “PERMANENT” collection as it is being called, aims to celebrate the timelessness, adaptability and versatility of the colour black. The SLOW Fashion Festival is a collaboration between emerging designers, TAFE SA students, Thread Together and the SLOW team. The SLOW team comprises Emily Sheahan of The Commons Studio and Exchange, RE-SWIM CLUB’s Natalie Ivanov and Anny Duff of GOOD STUDIOS.
Along with the SLOW fashion runway there will also be a pre-loved collection from The Commons and Filter Store.
The Festival’s closing night ends with an afterparty on the 4th floor of the Myer Centre in the heart of the city.
According to the SLOW Fashion Festival’s organisers: “The conception, creation and production of a garment is intrinsically intimate, however, in its disproportionate consumption of our finite resources, the fashion industry today has lost that connection. We hope to bring it back, to redefine the way we wear, and to share our heartfelt belief that this philosophy can be woven holistically into every aspect of our lives.”
The SLOW Runway is on tomorrow.
Friday September 27 2019
Level 4 Myer Centre
14-38 Rundle Mall
Tickets are from $35, include a drink on arrival and are still available. Tap here to purchase.
Images via SLOW Fashion Festival.
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