EcoSalon, the Textile Arts Center, the New York City Fair Trade Coalition and Of Rags present a sustainable spin on NYC’s big night out.
For three years, Fashion’s Night Out has united designers, party-goers, retailers and shoppers alike who want to ride the wave of fashion hysteria that is New York’s famed Fashion Week. We at EcoSalon believe that for some who want to be a part of the week and yet can’t gain access to shows, this night is their one stab.
And guess what, we’re happy to oblige.
Enter (Sustainable) Fashion’s Night Out, a unique collective at the Textile Arts Center in Manhattan co-sponsored by Of Rags and the New York City Fair Trade Coalition and featuring fair trade and sustainable designers and shops carefully curated to tempt the tastes of all. The collaborative event, co-sponsored by EcoSalon takes place on September 8th, from 6-10 p.m. at TAC’s new Manhattan location and will gather sustainable and mainstream style purveyors under one roof.
We’ve just enjoyed looking at the RSVP list to see who’s coming!
We’re also more than a bit excited to meet you too, so stop in and meet a bevy of EcoSalon writers and editors including: Sara Ost, EcoSalon’s founding Editor-in-Chief, Managing and Fashion Editor (that’s me!) Amy DuFault, K. Emily Bond our super-hero Shelter Editor, Beauty Columnist Kristen Arnett as well as a host of writers we know you’ve read at one time or another on EcoSalon (some under false names as well). You know who you are Lagosi.
Current designers on tap for (Sustainable) Fashion’s Night Out include (below) Feral Childe who we’ll unveil a special secret about tomorrow in a separate post.
The Sock Hop
Digs Scarfitecture Project