To celebrate Fashion Revolution Week and all the incredible organisations and volunteers who have been part of Ealing Sewn Up, ActForEaling is delighted to release its third and final sustainable fashion film, created by talented local film artist, Narvir Singh.
Ealing Sewn Up was a fabulous programme of events that delivered school workshops, a sustainable fashion show and a youth designed & painted mural. Everyone who was involved rediscovered a love for fashion that is creative, unique, sustainable and genuinely full of joy.
There is a movement building in West London that is connecting Ealing’s creators and makers. This growing community is now leading dozens of fabulous new activities and events including:
- Sun 23 April (3-5pm) – Fabric sale & swap at Northfields Community Centre raising money for Days for Girls
- Mon 24 April (7.30-9pm) – Clothes Repair workshop with Ealing Repair Cafe at Ealing Project, Ealing Broadway
- Fri 28 April (10.30am-12:30pm) – Stitch, knit & craft at Gunnersbury Park Museum
- Wed 10 May (4-10pm) – UWL‘s brand new sustainable fashion event “The Next Stop for Fashion” showcasing new ideas for the future of fashion at Ealing Project, Ealing Broadway
- Thu 18 May (6-8pm) – Clothes Repair workshop with Ealing Repair Cafe at Pitzhanger Manor and Art Gallery
- Sat 20 May (10am-4pm) – pop-up clothes swap at Ealing Broadway Shopping Centre
There are also schools organising their own clothes swaps, colleges planning more sustainable fashion shows, new creators hosting creative workshops and charity shops being rediscovered.
Ealing Sewn Up proved there is so much fun to be had in sustainable fashion, your challenge is to decide which new habit to adopt first!
Learn more about sustainable fashion by exploring Ealing Sewn Up.