AFF Runway, Torrens Parade Grounds
A day to leave you inspired, SLOW Saturday presented by Karl Chehade Dry Cleaning brings you into the realm of sustainable and ethical fashion.
Over the course of the afternoon you will enjoy:
- A three-part runway styled by Vogue Australia’s Fashion Editor Philippa Moroney featuring sustainable brands including KitX, Bianca Spender, Nobody Denim, Good Studios, Kalaurie, A. BCH, Autark, Home Job, Re-Swim Club and From Found. There’ll also be vintage fashion and surplus stock restyled into a dynamic runway show.
- An ethical, conscious three-course lunch prepared by Tasting Australia’s Simon Bryant and teamed with Wicks Estate wines. You can download the full menu here.
- A chance to talk to industry leaders about sustainability, reuse and reducing waste – our three themes for the day.
Join Vogue Australia’s Sustainability Editor-at-Large Clare Press, and Adelaide’s SLOW fashion team of designers/creatives Anny Duff (Good Studios), Natalie Ivanov (Re-Swim Club) and Emily Sheahan (The Commons Studio & Exchange) for a discussion about how the industry is evolving, and how you can adapt your habits.
This is an opportunity to be part of preserving our future, to encourage others to think differently, and be positive about being part of a new way of living, every day.
The event is sponsored by Karl Chehade Dry Cleaning, Australia’s leading environmentally friendly GreenEarth dry cleaner. Using all-natural products and a solar power plant for water heating, KC Dry Cleaning is pure and gentle for the earth and your clothes.