Looking good and being sustainable? it's possible!
We live in times where we are spoiled by the choice of clothes.
There are always new styles to buy, new colours in trend, new shapes to follow. Zara alone comes out with 24 new clothing collections each year!
But with all that choice we somehow still…have nothing to wear. So we buy even more clothes. Does this sound familiar?
Meanwhile, our desire to look good has a huge impact on the environment and the world around us (the fashion industry is the second biggest polluter in the world!).
I'm a stylist, I love clothes and making my clients look their best. However, I don't think this should come at the expense of tremendous harm to our environment, horrible working conditions at clothing factories and tonnes of textile waste.
I would like to invite you to explore together how to be happy with our looks and how to minimise our impact on the environment.
When? 21 September 11.00-14.00
Where? Bon Jour , Rue du Sceptre 57c, 1050 Brussels
What to expect?
During the workshop you will:
· learn about the real costs of fast fashion;
· get practical tips on how to make better choices when buying, taking care and recycling your clothes;
· receive personalised advice on how to build a long-lasting wardrobe based on your body and colour type.
So join us and learn to compile outfits that actually look good on you and are ethical and environmentally sustainable!
Coffee and cakes are provided and an inspiring company is guaranteed!
Registration is open until 16 September 2019.
To register, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration fee €30, possibility to pay either by PayPal or Bancontact.