Trend Hunter: Brown Sugar Better Fashion Week
Brown Sugar Better Fashion Week is the brainchild of Re-dress, the Better Fashion Initiative. Set up in 2008 by Rosie O’Reilly, Kate Nolan and Kellie Dalton re-dress is a not to profit organisation which works to promote anddevelop sustainable fashion practices within the fashion industry in Ireland. Brown Sugar Better Fashion Week is re-dress’ annual public awareness event which includes exhibitions, talks, workshops, conferences and more. Brown Sugar Better Fashion Week will take place at No. 6 Castle Market Street, D.2 from the 25th – 29th April. This will highlight the issue of sustainable fashion through a series of pop-up shops, exhibitions, installations, events & industry talks with fashion heavy weights like Artist/Designer Helen Steele, and ethical fashion writers Lucy Seigle and Dr. Kate Fletcher also taking part. Dublin city-centre will see some of the most creative minds in the Irish industry join forces with top international fashion talent to give us a once off and unique insight into the artistry of cutting-edge fashion. No. 6 Castle Market Street will host a selection of Irish designers giving ethical Irish fashionistas the chance to pick up a range of beautiful Irish designs & fashion all under one roof. to celebrate Brown Sugar Better Fashion Week – Brown Suga will be offering one of their lucky Facebook followers and a friend the opportunity to win complimentary hair and make up in the Better Fashion Shop, No. 6 Castlemarket street, each week! For details of how you can enter the competition, head over to the Brown Sugar Facebook here.