Hacking Sustainable Fashion
July 14, 2010
Led by Giana Gonzalez, Hacking Couture
What is sustainable fashion? Why are design codes important? How do we decode them? Curator Sarah Scaturro and interaction designer Giana González will use these questions as a starting point to work with participants to explore how the code for the sustainable fashion movement can be decoded and reassembled.
The HACKING Couture explorations will be a starting point for this work in progress. In the past, HACKING Couture has reversed engineered fashion labels to create open participation and entrance for all into the fashion system. Now, this process of hacking fashion labels has been expanded – how can we decode a period and/or a movement in order to re-appropriate it for your own purpose? This collaborative workshop between Hacking Couture and independent curator and sustainable fashion expert Sarah Scaturro will explore how we can collaboratively document, decode and reassemble the Eco-fashion movement.
Check out related Hacking Couture workshops:
Tues. July 20th 7- 9PM
C.Spot makes Hacking Couture hers
What is it like for another designer to follow the Hacking Couture structure? Come and design with us. Led by Brooklyn based designer Charlotte Gaspard, Creative Director of C.Spot Designs.
Thurs. July 29th 7- 9 PM
Hacking Couture intervened by GAIA arts collective
What happens when we use a brand’s code to distribute our own message? Activist group GAIA will be collaborating with Hacking Couture in this workshop.
People: Giana Gonzalez
Tags: Fashion, geek fashion, PARTICIPATION SS2010, Re:Group, SS2010