Pop-up expo in Fashion for Good Museum: News from the future
As part of a new Educational Programme and Toolkit — developed by the Fashion for Good Museum team — a selection of up-and-coming talents composed of Dutch fashion students and emerging designers have been asked to respond to the question: “what could the future of fashion look like?” Their answers are revealed in the exhibition in the form of garments, videos, installations and more. This is a future-forward exhibition where you can explore different fashion perspectives beyond the climate crisis, giving hope and, perhaps, a reality check.
What does the future of fashion look like?
Post-consumer waste, overconsumption and the pollution of our waterways are just some of the industry issues we are currently facing. Mirrored against rising temperatures and increasingly unstable weather conditions, the global shift as a result of climate change is inevitable. What does this mean for our future generations? How do we move forward from here? This raises one central question: What does the future of fashion look like?
This is a forward-looking exhibition where you can explore different perspectives of the fashion world, which looks beyond the climate crisis, is full of hope, and holds a mirror up to the visitor. Tickets for this exhibition can be purchased via the ticket link.
Dates and times
|Saturday 2 December||10:00 - 18:00|
|Sunday 3 December||10:00 - 18:00|
|Monday 4 December||10:00 - 18:00|
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