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Fashion & Sustainability: Why What You Wear Matters

Join us for a candid conversation on why what we wear matters in the fight for #environmentaljustice in this exclusive Q&A on #fashion & #sustainabilitywith leaders in the industry. We…

Eco Fashion Expo

It is estimated by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) that the U.S. disposes approximately 12.8 million tons of textiles annually. This number has increased largely…

Future City Lab: Art, Culture, Fashion

How does the city inspire designers and innovators? How do new technologies, inspirations, and ideas blend together? Consider art, fashion, and culture in ways you…

The Drop Shop

By definition, the word “renew” is the act of restoring to existence once again. Renewear is a company that uses a brand as a point…

Living Threads Photo Exhibit & Discussion: Oaxaca’s Traditional Dress and the People Who Wear It

Join photographer, researcher and storyteller, Eric Mindling, as he provides us with a glimpse into his historical documentary project, Living Threads: Oaxaca’s Traditional Dress and the People Who Wear It that looks at the grand diversity of styles of traditional dress and the people who wear them in Oaxaca, Mexico. From sweeping portraiture, insights into a changing world and the sharing of his personal motives to undertake this two year project, Mindling opens our eyes to a wondrous land and people.

EcoSessions : Innovations in Textiles

If your business is fashion, join EcoSessions for a fascinating talk to discover how to make textiles more sustainable. You’ll hear from speakers who are on the cutting edge of new science and technology in textiles, and you’ll have opportunities to network, too!


esa (evolving sustainable apparel) is a lady gang rooted in the mutual desire to learn about our place in the fashion industry as well as the natural world, ultimately, synthesizing these two seemingly unrelated realms.

Clothing Swap & Cocktails in Williamsburg

Do a little spring cleaning and update your style at the same time: take your gently used clothing to Ethical Writers’ Coalition’s Spring Swap, and pick up other fashionistas’ pieces. All the unclaimed items at the end of the day will be donated to charity for women in need of interview-appropriate clothing. To make your swapping even more fun, there will be organic cocktails and goody bags.

Earth Day Fair

On Friday, April 22 from 1 to 4 pm in the Maxwell Hall Student Center, the members of LIM’s Corporate Social Responsibility Club will host an afternoon of social awareness and change.

BSC Event: Future of Sustainable Fashion

Join Be Social Change on March, March 22nd for a panel discussion and pop-up shop to discover and explore the Future of Sustainable Fashion – How Socially-Conscious Companies & Consumers Are Creating Impact.

A Fireside Chat with Neil Blumenthal, Co-founder of Warby Parker

Come meet Neil Blumenthal, co-founder of Warby Parker, known for their designer eyewear, while leading the way for socially conscious businesses and named most innovative company in the world.

Fast Fashion: Disposable Society and the Soul

The Earth Institute presents Fast Fashion: Disposable Society and the Soul, with author and journalist, Elizabeth L. Cline.

The hastening speed and obsolescence of modern consumer goods–expressed in its most extreme form within fast fashion–has fundamentally reshaped society, culture, economics, and ultimately our sense of selves.

Choices: How Everyday Decisions Can Make a Lasting Impact Day 2

Interested in sustainable business strategies in New York City?

Join the Sustainable Cities Club of The New School and business leaders of Wyndham hotels, Jones Lang Lasalle, Telepan restaurant and Heplsy fashion to discuss where New York City stands as a sustainable city, what opportunities exist to fill a market demand and how we form municipal policies to increase the City’s sustainability and resiliency.