Live promenade performance, exhibition and film screenings to showcase the work of ReMode as part of Fashion Revolution Week.
A celebration of the work of our young participants, volunteers and guest designers. This year, as the green shoots of renewal start to appear, our exhibition and integrated multi-media performance ReVolution ReMode presents an overview of our work.
Our team have been closely involved in learning and sharing the labours involved in making clothes: printing onto discards rather than buying new fabrics, designing our own shapes, constructing and embellishing with hand stitched embroideries.
Alongside this through the making of short films and soundtracks we have been reflecting on revolution from a variety of personal as well as universal perspectives.
ReVolution ReMode is part of international Fashion Revolution Week – which takes place annually on the anniversary of the Rana Plaza collapse in 2013. Established as a time of remembrance of the more than 1100 people mostly young women – who lost their lives manufacturing clothes for some of the world’s biggest fashion brands. It is also a time for community activism amongst designers, makers and – of most significance – amongst wearers of clothing.
Live performances at 1pm, 3pm and 5pm. Booking essential.
All proceeds go towards the running costs of ReMode.