Environmental charity Hubbub, Glasgow-based Superior Clothes Options (ACS) and environmental marketing consultant Ecosurety have joined forces to launch Gradual Threads: The Sustainable Vogue Honest throughout Scotland’s Local weather Week.
Aiming to deal with each local weather change and price of residing disaster, the free two-day interactive occasion at The Briggait, Glasgow, on Friday, 30 September and Saturday, 1 October 2022, will showcase the most effective methods to take care of the setting and your wardrobe on a funds.
Hubbub polling has beforehand proven that 80% of 16–24-year-olds have misplaced monitor of the gadgets of their wardrobe. Gradual Threads invitations the general public to decelerate and take inventory of what they personal by means of sustainable style talks, shows and workshops.
To showcase the big variety of reasonably priced sustainable style choices, guests can have an opportunity to swap, lease, and purchase second-hand and sustainable clothes.
Guests can have the chance to:
- Discover ways to sew with Sew Assured
- Swap a preloved outfit in collaboration with Loanhood
- Meet the campaigners, teachers and neighborhood teams exploring round options to style’s issues
- Uncover native designers, second-hand gems, and sustainable shops
Gradual Threads will function appearances from Vogue Revolution, LoanHood, Glasgow Caledonian College, Most cancers Analysis U.Okay., and Neighborhood Couture.
Lyndsey Pell, Head of Advertising and marketing from ACS, mentioned: “The rise of the sustainable wardrobe is rising with cultural attitudes shifting in direction of preloved and pre-owned style. Customers are extra acutely aware now than ever of the carbon footprint of their clothes and are additionally extra motivated to lease clothes or equipment slightly than purchase them for particular occasions. At ACS, we’re proud to help alternatives encouraging individuals to contemplate the environmental implications of their style decisions. We stay up for working with Hubbub to ship this dynamic occasion.”
Sarah Divall from the environmental charity Hubbub mentioned: “Proper now we’re coping with a local weather disaster and a cost-of-living disaster concurrently. Altering our habits round what we purchase and exploring extra sustainable choices for sprucing up our wardrobes like renting, second-hand or swapping is likely one of the greatest issues we are able to do for the planet, and it helps cut back family budgets. We’re proud to be bringing so many collaborators collectively or this occasion and hopefully giving the individuals of Glasgow a sustainable cut price within the course of.”
Stephanie Housty from Ecosurety mentioned: “We’re thrilled to launch Gradual Threads and encourage extra residents of Glasgow to be savvy with their textile consumption. It’s good for the pockets and the planet.”
Councillor Angus Millar, the Glasgow Metropolis Council’s local weather convenor mentioned:
“Collaborating within the Gradual Threads marketing campaign helps Glasgow to advertise the thought of selecting to reuse; extending the helpful lifetime of unworn and unloved gadgets of clothes and serving to us to reside extra sustainably.
“Glasgow is aiming to be a round metropolis by 2045 – and meaning individuals sharing, leasing, reusing, repairing, repurposing and recycling current supplies and merchandise like clothes, retaining them in circulation for so long as potential. We have to transfer away from a ‘make, take, dispose’ mannequin as a way to deal with the local weather disaster and this marketing campaign is an effective way to assist us try this.”
ACS is likely one of the U.Okay.’s main round and sustainable style fulfilment amenities enabling style manufacturers and retailers to affix the round economic system. Hubbub is an award-winning environmental organisation that runs artistic campaigns to encourage optimistic on a regular basis actions for the setting.
This occasion was kindly supported by Glasgow Metropolis Council.
Location: The Briggait, 141 Bridgegate, Glasgow, G1 5HZ
Friday thirtieth September 2022, 11 am – 4:30pm
Saturday 1st October 2022, 11am – 5:30pm
The occasion is free, and company are inspired to register right here.