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Re-dress Ireland

July 26, 2010

We all know by now that ethical fashion is not only a fleeting trend but a way towards the future. We can all do so much to stay fashionable yet ethical – from being more conscious and prudent shoppers to unleashing our creativity and making as well reworking our existing clothes. And doing so not to be cool or trendy, but simply because it makes sense.  A lot of people think they can’t even sew a button but sometimes a little nudge is enough to teach us more inventiveness and resourcefulness. Like learning styling techniques or basic crafting skills.

Ethical Dublin fashion

So if you are eager to change your old ways, you can take the first step towards being more creative and attend Crafternoon Tea Design Crash where Dublin designers will teach you the basics of the design process, pattern drafting, alterations (very handy when the hem is too long or you need a bit of a nip in the waist), and reworking old clothes into fabulous new ones for  €90, lunch included, on the 14th of August.  Also, keep your eyes because some other exciting events like French Knickers and Coctails, Curious Collars, and Embroidery Embellishment are coming soon!

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. July 27, 2010 11:41 am

    sounds like a great event. If you are looking for fair trade/ ethical clothing it would be definetly worth checking out http://www.bibico.co.uk/collections/tops

  2. July 30, 2010 4:29 am

    that sounds so fun! i’d totally go if I were the owner of a private jet.

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