This September Seamless will be hosting another sustainable fashion showcase and we are currently looking for exciting new labels, artists and designers. The spring fair will coincide with West End Love Fest and Brisbane Fringe Festival and held in West End. Once again our focus is to promote sustainable and emerging fashion in Brisbane to fashionistas, retailers and the general public, to celebrate making educated decisions about WHAT we wear and WHERE it comes from. Whether its for boys, girls, mamas or papas, it could be accessories, clothes or vintage collections, we are putting the call out far and wide!
So if your label THINKS before it creates, REUSES materials or sources ETHICAL or local manufacturing we would LOVE to hear from you. Tell us HOW your designs contribute to a fairer future and send a link or short bio to firstname.lastname@example.org today. Feel free to ask any questions and pass the word xxxx
Not sure what do this weekend? Well the Seamless team have got that covered.
Under a Tree Clothing Exchange is happening this Saturday in New Farm.
You can get swap one of your unwanted outfits for a fabulous new one, catch up with friends, sip tea and all the while you can feel good about yourself because by attending the event you are helping to put a stop to sex slavery in Cambodia. I don’t think your weekend can get any better than that. Bring your friends and make sure you say hi to us there too!
See you there.
The Seamless team
The girls at Seamless will be hosting another event within the year and am currently looking for designers, artists or speakers that would be interested in contributing. If you would like to be involved or have any suggestions on how we can improve the night email us at email@example.com. Stay posted for future dates and current links about the sustainable fashion movement.
This video was created by Lis Harvey (Nico Underwear) and her dedicated sister to represent how each featured designer integrates sustainability into their practice. Filmed for the night it asks each designer why they think sustainable fashion is important and where they think the industry is going.
Just wanted to say a quick and GIANT THANK YOU to all those who attended our first Seamless showcase at the Rabbit Hole on Friday night. It was a huge success with flowing organic wine, live tunes, delightful cupcakes, unique sustainable products and a not a single pause in the conversation. We hope you enjoyed yourselves and discovered a little more about sustainable practices. Please forward any pics or comments to firstname.lastname@example.org or contribute to the discussion further here at on WordPress.
Just wanted to say a quick thanks to Style Report for the shout out this week. This beautiful blog combines many of ours loves including fashion, design, styling and journalism. Its nice to see someone integrating many creative industries in a professional and captivating way! Check it out at http://thestylereport.com.au/
“Undress Brisbane is a sustainable fashion movement. Showcasing emerging designers, vintage collections and established designers that embrace sustainable and ethical practices, Undress Brisbane sheds light on the future of the fashion industry. Returning October 2012.”
We are very pleased to here our friends at Undress Brisbane will be attending Seamless this friday! This event contributed to the inspiration of creating Seamless with strong goals and motivational beauty. We are looking forward to there next showcase in October!