1.15 PM - 3 PM Sunday 8 April 2018
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This workshop is part of ETHICAL FASHION day long event and features as a paid event during lunch break.
Wardrobe Crisis author Clare Press devises a day on fashion ethics featuring designer Bianca Spender, Paul Castro of the label Amassment and others working at the cutting edge to re-conceptualise fashion and how it may contribute to social good. Speakers explore some of fashion’s most critical and topical issues: sustainability, supply chains and the slow fashion movement. By providing space to think, decode and discuss, Ethical Fashion invites you to imagine what a more responsible fashion future might look like.
LUNCHTIME SESSION (TICKET 2)
1:15 PM – 3:00 PM
Sutra Stitching Workshop
Dr Clara Vuletich pauses discussion with a sutra hand-stitching workshop inspired by sacred Kundalini Yoga. This workshop explores the link between Kundalini and the meditative art of hand-stitching. Dr Vuletich’s doctorate, completed in 2017, focussed on sustainable textiles and carbon neutral fashion business which complemented her training as a Kundalini yoga teacher.
Dr Vuletich says, “I have enjoyed seeing the links and parallels between yogic philosophy and ideas around sustainability: the importance of thinking in wholes, understanding each context or individual has their own unique values and needs, and the value in keeping in balance between elements.”
Paid event. $20. Bookings are essential. Lunch is not provided. Please book via Eventbrite.
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TICKETING POLICY TERMS & CONDITIONS/PAID EVENTS
Tickets are non refundable but transferable, so if you are unable to attend, you may pass your ticket to another party. That party must present your booking confirmation email upon attendance in order to gain admission.
Dr Clara Vuletich is a textile designer, consultant and educator who has worked in the sustainable fashion and textiles industries for over ten years. She uses design-led methods and creative thinking with brands, designers and consumers to create systemic change for a clean and ethical fashion industry. Dr Vuletich has a design PhD in sustainable textiles through University of the Arts London and has consulted with organisations including H&M Sweden and David Jones Australia. She also trained as a Kundalini Yoga teacher and developed the Sutra Stitching workshop to combine her two interests in textile craft techniques and meditation. Dr Vuletich appears in:
Clare Press is the Sustainability Editor-at-Large of Vogue Australia, as well as fashion journalist, author and podcaster. Her book Wardrobe Crisis: How We Went From Sunday Best to Fast Fashion was named one of The Age’s ‘Best Books’ of 2016. The spin-off Wardrobe Crisis podcast further unzips the issues that face the $2.4 trillion global fashion industry, with a focus on ethics, sustainability, conscious consumerism, activism, identity and creativity. A former Vogue features director, Press is Marie Claire’s Fashion Editor-at-Large and writes the ‘Sustainable Style’ column for Daily Life. Press appears in: