Six responsible fashion designers from Hungary
a progressive fashion show
Clothes are the second largest source of pollution, after oil. An average American throws out 32 kilogrammes of clothes every year. 84% of our textiles end up in a landfill. Fast fashion is creating environmental crisis, offering “trendy”, bargain-price but disposable and toxic clothing at the expense of the people who make them.
Contemporary designers offer an alternative to mass-produced clothing. This show presents the latest works of Hungarian designers who stand for social and ecological values, by using recycled or biodegradable materials, producing locally or supporting the social integration of less advantaged people. Following the latest trends of fashion shows we created an eye opener, theatre-like experience where we give new life to by showing their stories and functionality.