Fashion should feel good.

Words by

Anastasia McInerney

Turn your T-shirts inside out because we’ve got another event to add to the Fashion Revolution Week calendar. (If you have no idea what we’re talking about, you may want to read this first.)

The Fabric Social is hosting a party to celebrate locally-made products, complete with bubbly and a runway show.  

The Melbourne-based, not-for-profit label supports women in Asia living in poverty by ensuring it pays a fair price for labour and materials, and ensures safe conditions for workers.

And you can put your money where it matters, too.

Pieces will be available to purchase on the night from local, ethical retailer, Lagom Studio; Melbourne-based independent label Dis/owned; The Fabric Social and more.

You can find tickets to the event here.

Fashion Revolution Party
The Back Room  
Saturday 29 April, 6pm-9pm
4 Gooch St, Thornbury VIC 3071


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Because the whole nation doesn't stop.
A look at the generation of local labels championing local production.
With soul, creativity and love.
Featuring workshops, screenings and talks.
Social responsibility never looked so good.
File under cute present ideas.
Think of it like making better friends with the labels you already love.
Due to intense global competition and a devaluation of the US dollar.
The future of sneakers is looking very sustainable.
Good tunes, good vibes, good time.
Quite frankly, it isn’t that simple.
Because it can be really confusing out there.
It only takes a hashtag to join a revolution.
Upcycled fashion like you've never seen.
Saving the world, one Canadian tux at a time.