Dark ambiance of the evening. Speaker from the UN takes the floor.
The event was set in a stunning venue, with lots of delicious canapes and champagne flowing, and boasted a really fabulous mix of social entrepreneurs and fashion designers. Most notably, we got chatting to Miranda Kaloudis, who chatted to us about her notions on sustainability.
©Miranda Kaloudis 2011
But the most exciting part of the event was seeing number of Offset Warehouse customers exhibiting there! There was a fantastic array of innovative and stunning designs incorporating Offset Warehouse fabrics, which demonstrates just how far designers are pushing the boundaries with ethical fabrics, to change the common perceptions of ethical design by creating both wearable and unique, innovative clothing. They are continually proving that ethical does not have to mean unchic and untrendy.
©Ceri Jones 2011
It made us proud to know that by bringing together lots of suppliers and therefore offering a wider variety of beautiful, ethical fabrics and haberdashery, Offset Warehouse is making beautiful, ethical design, accessible and possible for young, innovative designers!
Makes it all worthwhile!
Take a look in the Fabric and Haberdashery section of Offset Warehouse to browse our ethical fabrics.
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