Eco-Fashion & Art Show
Where to start?
If you're thinking about being a designer, you don't need experience, just an idea!
Save the date!
Our 8th Annual Show will be held February 22, 2018 in the de Saisset Museum.
The Eco-Fashion & Art Show is a night of learning and celebration of art with eco-fashion on the runway and music performances, all showcasing the talents of Santa Clara students, faculty, staff, and alumni!
Designers are asked to reuse old or recyclable materials that would normally have to go to the landfill to make a piece of art that is durable (can be worn again or can be recycled completely after the show) and looks fashionable. No money should be spent on this project, so designers are using old clothes that they don't wear anymore and collecting scraps of fabric and other materials!
What, besides “trash” and recycling, is this show about?
The fashion industry! We’ll be talking about the impact of fashion on economic, social, and environmental levels, including the lives of the factory workers that manufacture the clothes we wear, the impact of our clothing’s dyes, and other ties that are related to the environment and sustainability.
Photos from the 7th annual show can be found on our Facebook page! Comment on which one was your favorite! You can also check out photos from the 2015 Flickr Album or the 2016 Facebook album. Email email@example.com or sign up online to get involved in our next show!
Thank you to this year's models, designers, Crossroads Trading, Edit., Fabian Barretto, and panelists Andrea Pappas, Chris Shay, Lidia Fong, and Farzad Bagheri.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is eco-fashion?
Why have an eco-fashion show?
I missed the info session… can I still be involved?
Do I need to know how to sew to participate?
What materials can I use?
I want to design but don’t have a model - or I want to model but don’t have anyone to design for me - what should I do?
Is it a lot of work?
When do I need to complete my design?
Can I work with someone else?
Join the global movement
Fashion Revolution Week is April 23rd-April 29th, a campaign that runs during the same time a few years ago when the Rana Plaza factory collapsed and advocates for transparency in the fashion industry