23 Oktober

Workshop: Upcycling and Recycling in the fashion industry.

CHF 75.00
18:30 Uhr - 20:30 Uhr

Datum & Uhrzeit

23. Oktober 2018
18:30 Uhr - 20:30 Uhr
2018-10-23 18:30:00 2018-10-23 20:30:00 Workshop: Upcycling and Recycling in the fashion industry. We will discuss recycling products in the fashion world and talk about who produces what and where.   A successful example for sustainable fashion production is the PSYKHME project: Their jewelry is made from land mine and bomb shell metal by teenagers rescued from the streets in Cambodia. PSYKHME blieves fashion can be ethical and sustainable.   What you will learn: 1. What does upcycling and recycling mean? 2. Which materials can be upcycled? 3. Successful examples for Upcycling products 4. Who are we? Sharing stories about PSYKHME and how we make our accessories «sustainable»: material, culture, economy, environment 5. Why handmade? Through a small DIY course of making jewelry, we can feel why handmade jewelry is so unique. Costs: CHF 75 per person (incl. aperitif, material & 10% voucher for purchases of CHF 200 or more)   Click here to register.  Zürich Lagerstrasse 102

Veranstaltungsort

Abito Allora
Lagerstrasse 102
Europaallee
8004 Zürich
Schweiz
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Workshop: Upcycling and Recycling in the fashion industry.

We will discuss recycling products in the fashion world and talk about who produces what and where.

 

A successful example for sustainable fashion production is the PSYKHME project:

Their jewelry is made from land mine and bomb shell metal by teenagers rescued from the streets in Cambodia. PSYKHME blieves fashion can be ethical and sustainable.

 

What you will learn:

1. What does upcycling and recycling mean?

2. Which materials can be upcycled?

3. Successful examples for Upcycling products

4. Who are we? Sharing stories about PSYKHME and how we make our accessories «sustainable»: material, culture, economy, environment

5. Why handmade? Through a small DIY course of making jewelry, we can feel why handmade jewelry is so unique.

Costs: CHF 75 per person (incl. aperitif, material & 10% voucher for purchases of CHF 200 or more)

 

Click here to register. 

Workshopleitung

Rosa Enn
Rosa Enn is the face behind the Design Second Hand Boutique "Abito Allora". In her research, the ethnologist, who holds a doctorate, has dealt with material culture and indigenous fabric production. At the workshop she will be showing visual material, film material and fabrics from various regions. Enn is also the founder of the social enterprise Mata Rosa (www.matarosa.com), which supports indigenous groups in Taiwan and Indonesia and promotes their traditional textile production. She also volunteers as Vice President of the non-profit organization Mama Tierra (www.mama-tierra.com), which supports indigenous peoples in their quest for self-determination, human rights and environmental protection.
Mania Chen
Mani Chen was born in Penghu, Taiwan. She discovered her passion for jewelry design when she was 20 and began her studies in Australia. Growing up on an island, she loves to capture the natural scene and add it into her design. As a travel and handicraft freak, She’s been to several countries and checked out their amazing craftsmanship. That’s how she fell in love with Cambodia and decided to have collaborations with local people.