In view of global warming as well as a global plastic problem, the fashion industry, as one of the largest industries, must make a U-turn. The Fashion for Good Museum's travelling exhibition GROW presents sustainable material innovations and shows how the path to a new circular fashion can succeed. In partnership with VORN - The Berlin Fashion Hub, GROW will stop in Berlin for two weeks in July for the first time.
As part of the EU project Allthings.bioPRO, the Fashion for Good Museum has realised GROW: The travelling exhibition explores groundbreaking innovations and showcases never-before-seen biomaterials through six elaborate looks. Designed by four young Dutch designers Huong Nguyen, Frederieke Broekgaarden, Eva Sonneveld and Charlotte Bakkenes. Among other things, fibres from banana trees or leather alternatives from coconuts and cork powder were used. From fashion designer and illustrator Karim Adduchi comes a unique dress made of "silk" from orange peels. Additional texts provide information on each of the exhibited pieces. The exhibition is accompanied by a photo campaign by Christian Mpamo, with texts by Zainab Goelaman.
VORN - The Berlin Fashion Hub and Fashion for Good unites their work for a positive impact and change in the fashion industry by promoting forward-looking innovations, digitalization and an economically successful circular economy in the fashion and textile industry.
The GROW exhibition is open weekdays from July 4 to July 13 from 10 am to 6 pm and is located at VORN - The Berlin Fashion Hub Space, 1st floor BIKINI BERLIN
Budapester Str. 38-50